The brand new £2m Pagani Huayra Roadster
Pagani has released images of its stunning new drop-top supercar ahead of its public debut. The Huayra Roadster is lighter and more powerful.
The new limited edition model has been redesigned and upgraded from the original Coupe Huayra. Only 100 will be produced worldwide and all have already been snapped up.
The Roadster is 80kg lighter than the coupe, it features tweaked carbo-titanium monocoque and 25% of weight has been saved with ‘HiForg’ aluminium forged suspension. The roadster runs on a re-engineered version of the Mercedes-AMG twin-turbo 6-litre V12 engine, especially produced for Pagani. The Roadster has been tweaked to produce a massive 754bhp at 6200rpm, 738lb ft of torque and claims 1.8Gs of lateral acceleration.
There is a new X-Trac single-shift seven-speed automated manual gearbox, which uses electronic and hydraulic activated shift mechanisms. The drop-top gets new Brembo 380mm carbon ceramic brakes, 6/4 pot front-rear calipers and forged 20/21 inch wheels with Pirelli tyres. The Huayra retains the same active aerodynamic flaps and receives Pagani’s electronic stability control system with 5 drive modes.
The convertible comes with two different roofing systems, a removable carbon hardtop and folding soft top.
The Huayra will make its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The new supercar is priced at around £2 million and all 100 cars have already been sold.
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