Celebrating the national donut day in America, famed designer Jon Sibal decided to play a little with the latest and finest hyper car to come out of Italy. He took the new Pagani Huayra BC, wrapped in a cool urban camo, and dropped in the middle of some concentric circles which is probably a metaphor for the donuting life!
The camo wrap Sibal has given his Pagani Huayra BC suits the character of the car as a track-focused, aero-optimized, performance-minded model. What’s more, it accentuates the new design features of the BC – design features added to make the car more aerodynamic for track work. It makes the flared arches look more pronounced and the radical sills more hunkered down. It also does away with the silly stripe which is great.
The spiritual successor to the Zonda R and the Zonda Cinque, Pagani Huayra BC is named in honor of Benny Caiola, a person who has greatly inspired Horacio Pagani over the years, and features chassis and suspension systems that are derived from motorsport, a completely new AMT (Automated Manual Transmission), and a 750 horsepower V12 Bi-Turbo engine developed by Mercedes-AMG. The car also comes with new exhaust system, new electronic active differential, new tripod axle drive shafts, not to mention uprated brakes and suspension.
Rendering by Jon SibalJon Sibal Dresses Pagani Huayra BC in Urban Camo,