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The Pagani Huayra's Successor Promises a Next-Gen V-12 and a Manual Transmission

The Pagani Huayra’s Successor Promises a Next-Gen V-12 and a Manual Transmission

After a decade on the market, the Huayra is finally being retired as something new comes to life

With the Pagani Huayra being on the market for the better part of a decade – actually it will be a decade as of 2022 – the world has been expecting a successor. Now, we don’t exactly have all of the specifics, but a new report quoting none other than Horacio Pagani has shed some light on a few things that we can expect. The most important development is that it will remain true to its internal combustion roots with no hint of electrification in the mix.

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What Can You Make Out From This Pagani Huayra R Teaser?

What Can You Make Out From This Pagani Huayra R Teaser?

Horacio Pagani already said that it’s coming

Nine years after its debut, the Huayra is still going strong. The Pagani supercar has been the recipient of countless special edition versions over the years, and recently, Pagani teased a mysterious new model in its Facebook page that points to a new special edition Huayra. We only get a glimpse of the mystery model through a silhouette from the rear, but there’s no mistaking what this model is. This is the Pagani Huayra R.

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You Have To Hear The Pagani Huayra R's Naturally Aspirated V-12!

You Have To Hear The Pagani Huayra R’s Naturally Aspirated V-12!

The upcoming Pagani Huayra R sounds like a Formula One car!

The Pagani Huayra may be nine years old as of 2021, but it’s not going away anytime soon. The Italian company is preparing a new version of the V-12 supercar and it’s going to be the most extreme iteration yet. It’s called the Huayra R and it’s still somewhat of a mystery. Pagani just released a sound sample of its V-12 engine and it’s one of the best sounding supercars out there!

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Mysterious Teaser From Pagani Previews A New Supercar With A Mach Speed Gauge

Mysterious Teaser From Pagani Previews A New Supercar With A Mach Speed Gauge

If I didn’t know any better, I’d say that Pagani just built a supercar capable of 700+ mph

Italian supercar maker Pagani could unveil a new vehicle on December 17. In a short teaser video released on Twitter, Pagani shows a couple of new features developed for an upcoming supercar and says we should "hold on tight" as we are about to "celebrate Air Speed" later this month. We have no clue what that actually means, but let’s have a closer look at the features showcased in the video.

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Thanks to AMG, the Pagani Huayra R Will Break Into Hypercar Territory

Thanks to AMG, the Pagani Huayra R Will Break Into Hypercar Territory

The Pagani Huayra R will arrive with a 900-horsepower V-12 engine

First introduced in 2012, the Pagani Huayra is already eight years old as of 2020, but the Italian supercar is still alive and kicking with a hardcore R version underway. The Huayra R will be unveiled on November 12 and word has it Pagani is dropping the twin-turbo V-12 engine in favor of a naturally aspirated mill. This bespoke engine will produce in excess of 900 horsepower, meaning that the Huayra R will be the most powerful Pagani yet!

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Pagani Has an EV in the Works and Even an SUV, but What Does That Mean for the Legendary V-12?

Pagani Has an EV in the Works and Even an SUV, but What Does That Mean for the Legendary V-12?

Pagani is going to make some serious changes to the company’s formula within the next decade

Pagani has established itself as one of Italy’s most well known makers of opulent super- and hypercars and part of what made its creations so popular was the V12 engine that powered them. The engine itself is made by Mercedes-AMG for Pagani, and while the current Huayra’s twin-turbo V-12 is not as loud or characterful as the naturally-aspirated V-12 heart of the older Zonda, it’s still an integral part of the experience.

But now we have news that Pagani is looking to shift its focus away from the V-12, at least in part, since its founder and CEO, Horacio Pagani, has confirmed the company is working on a fully-electric hypercar. Not only that, but Mr. Pagani has also admitted he’s been pondering whether or not to make an SUV for a long time and now that his company’s relationship to Mercedes is so tight and fruitful, he might actually push forward to make it happen.

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Pagani has a Huayra Successor and an EV in the Works!

Pagani has a Huayra Successor and an EV in the Works!

The successor will even have a manual transmission

Pagani has always been a one-car-at-a-time producer, but a new report says that the revered automaker will actually turnout two cars alongside one another. One car will be an EV, a car that was confirmed by none other than head honcho, Horacio Pagani, who said there is a team of 20 people working on the project. That model is due by 2025, but it’s not the only big piece of news coming out of Pagani today. A news site known as Autodato claims that Pagani is developing a successor to the Huayra that will have, among other things, the option for a manual transmission.

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Pagani Teases Mystery Huayra: Video

Pagani Teases Mystery Huayra: Video

New hardcore supercar is underway

It’s been less than a month since Pagani introduced the hardcore Huayra BC at the 2016 Geneva Auto Show, and the Italian supercar maker is already working on a new iteration of its AMG-powered machine. The news comes straight from Pagani itself, which just released a 30-second video teaser through its official YouTube channel. And, while the clip doesn’t reveal much about this upcoming model, it’s intriguing to say the least.

We already know that Pagani is preparing a roadster version of the sold-out coupe, but we’re 100-percent sure that the model in the teaser is something different. First, because the supercar appears to sport a hood scoop, which can’t be fitted on a convertible and would make for an awkward design on a targa. Second, Pagani says the vehicle was crafted for Refined Marques, a British supercar dealer known for selling Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Bugatti models, among products from other brands.

That being said, this could very well be a bespoke Huayra that’s either based on the BC or built to a new configuration. The fact that the standard Huayra is already sold out makes a good case for this scenario. Then there’s the roof scoop, which is a novelty for the Huayra and an element Pagani previously offered on track-only supercars such as the Zonda R. That’s not to say Horacio is necessarily working on a race-ready Huayra, but whatever this is, it should sit atop the Huayra BC in terms of power and aerodynamics.

All we can do for now is wait for more details, but the massive amount of carbon-fiber and the "transparent" blue shown in the teaser suggest that something really exciting is on the way.

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Pagani Teases Hardcore Version Of The Huayra

Pagani Teases Hardcore Version Of The Huayra

It’s been more than three months since Pagani began testing a more hardcore version of the Huayra, and the Italians have finally confirmed that a new supercar is underway. Unfortunately, the announcement only came in the form of a teaser, and while the image is pretty artsy, the vehicle is still wearing its strange QC-code-pattern camouflage.

The three images seen here were published on Facebook between Christmas and New Year’s and all have one thing in common: a Huayra with a massive rear wing. Since the standard car didn’t receive such an aerodynamic element, it’s only safe to assume that the vehicle we’re looking at is an improved, faster version of Pagani’s current supercar. How fast? Well, we don’t have actual figures to run by, but given the fact that the regular supercar needs about three seconds to hit 60 mph and tops out at 230 mph, the proper term is "holy cow!"

Pagani has yet to reveal whether this new model will get a power increase or if the improvements will be the result of enhanced aerodynamics, but we do know that the winger Huayra will be released in limited numbers. The Italian shop plans to build only 20 units, all of which will only be sold to Huayra clients. This will make it not only extremely exclusive, but also incredibly expensive. Given that a Huayra can fetch around $2 million, the limited-edition supercar could cost close to $4 million depending on options.

The only hint we received with the latest teaser is the "#huayrabc" hashtag, which might suggest that the supercar could be called Huayra BC. However, it is not yet known what BC stands for and it could be just a marketing scheme rather than a moniker. We should find out more about it soon enough, as the supercar will most likely be revealed at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show this March.

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Pagani Will Build New Factory For The Huayra Roadster

Pagani Will Build New Factory For The Huayra Roadster

Now that Pagani has sold its allotment of 100 Huayra supercars (although Mr. Pagani might build you one more if you ask nicely and have plenty of cash), the company has begun work on its next model. The Huayra Roadster is slated to debut in 2016 and will be built at a new, larger factory, not even 200 meters away from Pagani’s current facility near Modena, Italy.

Speaking with Netherlands’ De Telegraaf Autovisie, Pagani spokesman Luca Venturi said the new factory will open in September, with a capacity of between 200 and 300 cars per year. That’s quite a jump from Pagani’s current output, which is normally in the low double digits. Despite the new factory’s larger capacity, the Huayra Roadster will also be limited to 100 units to maintain exclusivity. But, the new factory could have broader implications for the Huayra’s replacement.

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2015 Pagani Huayra Nurburgring Edition

2015 Pagani Huayra Nurburgring Edition

While the aging Pagani Zonda continues to receive one-off, special-edition models, the Huayra has yet to spawn one, not to mention that the Roadster version is still in the works as of June 2014. But fear not, the Huayara is soon to receive the love it deserves from Pagani in the form of a Nurburgring Edition.

That’s the word from a TeamSpeed forum user, who got the chance to sit down and talk to Pagani test driver Davide Testi. The Italian ace had no trouble in spilling the beans about the Huayra’s production plans, and, apparently, they include a limited-edition, track-focused version set to carry the Nurburgring Edition moniker. Only 15 to 25 units will be built, making it one of the rarest supercars ever created.

No additional details are available on this mysterious Huayra, including whether it will be track-exclusive like the Zonda R or not, but expect this rocket to wear a serious aerodynamic kit consisting of a reworked front fascia, a massive rear diffuser and a huge rear wing on the edge of its rear hood. Interior changes will most likely include FIA-compliant racing seats and harnesses, a race-spec steering wheel and even a roll cage.

As with most track-prepped cars, the Huayra Nurburgring Edition is also set to go on a severe diet, with both the chassis and body to ditch more than just a few pounds. Naturally, the beastly 6.0-liter, V-12 heart powering the wheels by means of 730 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque will become even more potent. Expect 0-to-60 mph times to drop below the 2.6-second mark and brace yourselves for a lightning-fast Nurburgring lap record.

Nurburgring Edition aside, the source also reveals that Pagani is looking to build 110 Huayra coupes and 110 roadsters. We have a hunch these will be followed by a bevy of special edition and unique versions.

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**Note: the current Huayra is pictured here, not the Nurburgring Edition.

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Pagani Huayra Roadster will be Unveiled in the Next 24 Months

Pagani Huayra Roadster will be Unveiled in the Next 24 Months

In the three years since the Pagani Huayra made its debut, Pagani has been a little gun shy on building special-edition models of the supercar. It was a far departure from the Huarya’s predecessor, the Zonda, which had its fair share of special edition models. But according to Autoblog, that’s about to change because Pagani is already planning to build a roadster version of the Huayra, and its coming in the next 24 months.

It’s still not a special-edition model like the ones the Zonda had, but it does give the Huayra that sort of variety it’s been missing since making its debut in 2011. Pagani spokesman Luca Venturi confirmed the company’s plans, and while he stopped short of spilling all the beans about the Huayra Roadster, all signs seem to point to the car receiving the same mechanical features as its coupe counterpart.

So if you’re wondering, there’s a good chance that the Huayra Roadster will come with the same AMG-sourced 6.0-liter, twin-turbo, V-12 engine that produces 730 horsepower. A seven-speed, sequential transmission is also expected to be part of the mechanical framework of the supercar, as is the likelihood of a folding hard-top like the one we saw on the Zonda Roadster that debuted back in 2005.

It’s a welcome development for fans of the Pagani Huayra and that includes us. We still held out hope that something like a Huayra Roadster was in the pipeline even if it became apparent that Pagani wasn’t in a rush to build one. But now that there’s confirmation of it, we’ll definitely keep an eye on its development.

We’re just hoping that the two-year timeframe is accurate, because like everybody else, we’ve already waited for the Pagani Huayra Roadster long enough.

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