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How do you make sure your million dollar supercar is ready for winter? Take it testing in Northern Sweden of course.
Pagani is preparing the Huayra BC, an even more hardcore version of its Huayra, and to make sure that all of its internal stability control systems are ready for duty, the brand let Bosch engineering take it to a snowy ice track in Sweden.
The Huayra BC is named after Pagani’s first customer every, Benny Caiola, and is lighter, stiffer and more powerful than the standard car. Only 20 of these special versions will be built.
While both the ABS and ESP hardware come from Bosch’s mass-production portfolio, the company is also responsible for adapting the systems specially for this Pagani.
“This is the only way in which we can exploit the entire safety potential of the software while creating the dynamic handling particular to this brand. We understand Pagani’s requirements in this regard, and we are developing the software accordingly,” said Bernhard Bihr, president of Bosch Engineering GmbH.
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