Pagani Huayra’s successor may be unveiled in mid-September


The long-awaited successor to Pagan Weir will be presented in mid-September according to a new report.

The hypercar is currently codenamed C10 and is expected to premiere on September 12th. Although this date has not yet been confirmed, it is widely believed that the premiere of the car will indeed take place in 2022.

Speculation about the car’s launch date Supercar blog appeared a few months after an image leaked to the web showing Pagani’s new hypercar and showing that it would bear a resemblance to Huayra. It was later revealed that the leaked image was an official visualization of Pagani about 18 months ago and that changes have been made to the design since then, giving us a general idea of ​​what to expect.

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In front of the C10 shown in the picture are familiar headlights, very similar to the headlights Huayra and Zonda. In addition, the Italian hypercar has a major overhaul of the front trim and bumper. Elsewhere, the canopy shape is very familiar to Fr. Pagans and there is also a set of stylish mirrors mounted on the doors. The rear of the car seems flatter and less lush than the Huayra.

Horace Pagans previously confirmed that the C10 will have an updated 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V12 from AMG and is similar to the Huayra engine, although modified to produce around 850-880 hp. Customers will also have a choice between a manual transmission and an automatic transmission with power that is directed exclusively to the rear wheels. Production is likely to be limited to approximately 280 copies.

The most recent iteration of Pagani Huayra is this only track R powered by a 6.0-liter atmospheric V12 that delivers 838 horsepower and 553 pound-feet (750 Nm). It remains to be seen whether additional special editions of Huayra will be introduced before the end of production.

Pagani Huayra’s successor may be unveiled in mid-September

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