As if the Pagani Huayra wasn’t insane enough already, Pagani has raised the bar of ridiculousness with the new Huayra Roadster BC.

Priced at $3.4 million dollars per example, the Pagani Huayra Roadster BC will be limited to just 40 units, all of which have been spoken for. The Huayra Roadster BC represents the most aggressive model in the Huayra lineup and is the swan song for the model which was first introduced in 2012.

The BC Roadster, like its coupe twin, is named for an Italian-American entrepreneur, Benny Caiola. Caiola was the first person to order one of Pagani’s vehicles, and Horatio Pagani wanted to pay his gratitude to his first customer.

To keep weight down and performance up, the BC Roadster uses a monocoque made of carbon-titanium HP62 which is lighter and stronger than traditional carbon fiber materials. The result is a savings of 66 pounds over the regular Huayra Roadster.

Power for the BC Roadster comes from a unique version of the AMG M158 twin-turbocharged V12 engine. The high-performance engine makes 791-horsepower and 775lb-ft  of torque which is delivered to the rear wheels via a seven-speed single-clutch transmission.

Pagani says the BC Roadster can generate 1.9 g’s of lateral acceleration in corners, with a peak of 2.2 g.

For those lucky 40 buyers of the Huayra Roadster of the BC, the car is certain to be a face-ripping good time out on the track. For the rest of us, these incredible photos will have to suffice.

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