Bespoke Italian producer Pagani has unveiled the minimal-edition Huayra Codalunga just months before the brand’s next-gen ‘C10’ hypercar would make its debut.
Italian hypercar producer Pagani has whipped the addresses back again from its Huayra Codalunga distinctive edition – which comes more than ten years after the nameplate’s debut, features a ‘long-tail’ rear end, and is limited to just five examples.
Born out of the imagination of two highly regarded Pagani entrepreneurs, the Huayra Codalunga – Italian for lengthy-tail – began daily life as a a single-off specific edition ahead of building into a handful of creation examples.
But, before you get too thrilled, the seven-million euro hypercar ($AU11,101,000) run of 5 is presently sold out.
Owners lucky adequate to get their fingers on the special edition will receive a Huayra lengthened with respect to Italian Le Mans race cars and mentor-crafted sports cars and trucks of the 1960s.
It also receives a revised entrance fascia with a huge, unbroken grille. Beneath the lengthened rear decklid sits an up-to-date variation of the Huayra’s 6.-litre AMG-provided twin-turbo V12 motor, which now outputs 617kW/1100Nm.
Fitted to the tweaked powertrain is a new ceramic-coated titanium exhaust system which weighs just 4.4kg. In actuality, the overall car or truck weighs only 1280kg.
The Pagani Grandi Complicazioni exclusive projects group has labored on the project for the last five yrs, in consultation with all those who commissioned the motor vehicle. Just about every depth was painstakingly pored about to ensure it fulfilled the precise needs of the two effectively-heeled consumers.
Fantastic attention to detail is also paid to the inside, which is adorned in neutral and matte shades. Just about each and every surface area inside of the cabin is upholstered with a leather-based finish, although woven two-tone leather-based and brushed aluminium element as accents.
The Pagani Huayra Codalunga comes as the brand begins to changeover to its next-technology hypercar, at this time codenamed C10. The Pagani C10 is established to make its debut on 12 September 2022.