The Huayra coupe is all sold out, and company spokesman Luca Venturi told Autoblog that "they're almost all delivered." That leaves the factory in Modena free to gear up for the next big thing. And as we've seen from the spy video a few months ago and the teaser image earlier this month, that will be the hardcore Huayra BC.
Venturi confirmed that Pagani will reveal the Huayra BC at the Geneva Motor Show in just a couple of months. Pagani hasn't yet revealed what will distinguish the BC from the existing Huayra, or what those letters stand for. But you can bet it will be even faster than the outgoing version, with more power from its AMG-sourced 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 and other appropriate mechanical changes.
The original plan was to showcase the new Roadster in Geneva too, but Venturi told us it will debut sometime later this year. When it does surface, the new Huayra Roadster will likely feature some (if not all) of the upgrades developed for the BC version, but with an open roof. You can bet both versions will be plenty expensive, especially when you consider that the Huayra coupe already cost a princely $1.84 million as it is.