Samuel Cuthbert from The Whole Car stumbled onto a really interesting sight while out on a recent photo shoot. Cuthbert was on location to do a photography session with a 1964 De Sanctis SP 1000, when this bizarrely patterned beast blazed past. The shape is easily identifiable as a Pagani Huayra, but why the secretive QR code covering?
In Cuthbert’s words:
“Got lucky when the bloke I was working with stopped them to ask a question and let me frame the Pagani properly. Clearly with the ‘dazzle’ wrap it’s some sort of special edition or test mule. So I asked the engineers on hand what they were getting up to and they replied “testing a new transmission and active differential”. “They’ll only make 20 of these” they mentioned casually. Must be the rumored Huayra BC – a hardcore version of the flagship car to remind folks that the Pagani makes the most desirable hypercars in the world.”
Cuthbert wanted to send a happy birthday message to his father while he was there, and what a better backdrop than an experimental hypercar?
To get the full sized images, and see the rest of the story, head over to The Whole Car.