The Pagani Huayra is not dead yet


Pagani revealed the Utopia more than a year ago, but that doesn’t mean it’s given up on the Huayra. The Italian hypercar maker just teased an image of a new Grandi Complicazioni special edition and said it will be fully unveiled “sooner than you think.”

The camouflaged car is wrapped in a zebra print in an attempt to keep some of its spec secret, but it’s clear to see that it has more aggressive bodywork and an open top. The photo was taken at Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola and that’s a very good clue as to what this latest, track-focused Huayra Roadster will be called. In 2019 Pagani built five light-weighted 827-hp Imola editions which had all sold even before being revealed.

Customers are believed to have paid over $5m for the most powerful street-legal iteration of the Huayra and even this roadster may not be the last of the line as the company has a history of continually improving and upscaling its models long past their sell-by dates. The Zonda, for example, was replaced by the Huayra in 2011, yet Pagani continued to develop its original model until 2017.

In addition to the Imola, Pagani built three Tricolore editions, five long-tail Codalungas and 30 track-focused Huayra Rs to extend the initial run of 100 cars and we could still see Huayras appearing until the mid 2020s at least, especially considering that all 99 Utopias have sold out.

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