What appears to be a new open-top derivative of the Huayra Imola has been revealed on the social pages of the Italian company
The San Cesario sul Panaro brand has published on its social pages a photo of the rear of a camouflaged car taken between the curbs of theEnzo and Dino Ferrari racetrack in Imola. As the text of the post states, it is a new Hypercar ready to hit the road created by Major Complications Division, the department dedicated to the company’s special projects capable of developing unique pieces in a few, exclusive examples. But which car is it? The answer remains pending so much so that followers are asked to try to guess. It would seem to be a new variant of the Pagani Huayraa supercar unveiled for the first time in January 2011, but still not ready for a “good retirement” despite the arrival of its official heir, the Pagani Utopia presented last year.
The new Pagani Huayra
From what can be seen from the photo and the comments reported in the post, the published image could portray one version roadsters from the Imolathe supercar based on Huayra built in 2019 in just five examples powered by a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine specially developed by Amg and capable of releasing over 800 HP. The car, rear-wheel drive and with a dry weight of 1,246 kg, was equipped with an automated manual gearbox Xtrac seven-speed. Like the Imola, also the new variant roadsters from the Huayra it should have been developed as a road model. To find out more we just have to wait.