The Pagani Huayra was introduced to the motoring world by Italian auto manufacturer Pagani back in 2011 at the Geneva Motor Show. The breathtakingly beautiful Pagani Huayrasucceeded Pagani’s previous offering, the now legendary PaganiZonda. Production of the Pagani Huayra Coupe began almost seven years ago back in 2012 and with a limited production run of only one-hundred examples, the Pagani Huayra Coupe has become a highly desirable vehicle and it is also very rare.
Last year Pagani delivered the 100th and final Huayra Coupe to it’s new owner, six years after Huayra production officially began. Known as the Pagani Huayra L’Ultimo, this rather special Huayra featured an exterior paint finish that was inspired by the livery used on Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes AMG Formula One car. With the delivery of the Pagani Huayra L’Ultimo completed, production of the Pagani Huayra Coupe was officially over and as a result, Pagani began to focus all of their time on building the Huayra Roadster, which is just as beautiful as it’s hard top sibling.
The Pagani Huayra Roadster was officially unveiled by Paganiat the 2017 Geneva Motor Show after two years of non-stop development, and just a few months later production of the Huayra Roadster officially began. Just like it’s Coupe sibling, the Pagani Huayra Roadster will be built in limited numbers, just one-hundred examples will be built to be exact. Although it is unclear how many Pagani Huayra Roadster’s have been built/sold so far, it is believed that the waiting list for a new Huayra Roadster extends well into the next decade, which doesn’t surprise us at all.
Now, Pagani has released a few pictures of their latest HuayraRoadster project, and it is probably the best looking HuayraRoadster that we at Enzari have seen to date. This is it, what you are looking at is a Pagani Huayra Roadster with a few rather bespoke special touches. According to Pagani, this particular Huayra Roadster is being built for a special client and it will also feature Pagani’s newly-developed Carbo-Triax HP52 material.
So then what is so special about this particular Huayra Roadster? Well it is exactly the same as any other Huayra Roadster that has rolled out of Pagani’s plant in Modena, Italy, apart from the unique spec level which was selected by the client. Speaking of the unique spec level, this particular Huayra Roadster features a full carbon fiber body finish, which has been highlighted by Acid Green accents and Acid Green painted brake calipers. In fact, the owner of this Huayra Roadster is a massive Porsche enthusiast, as a result he selected Acid Green accents for his Huayra Roadster as it is the same colour of his Porsche 918 Spyder.
On the inside, the handcrafted interior of this particular HuayraRoadster is a mixture of carbon fiber and solid black leather with Acid Green inserts, the Acid Green inserts can be found on the seats, center console and door panels. That is not all, because the interior of this Huayra Roadster also features Acid Green contrast stitching on the seats and door panels. Staying true to Pagani style, the interior of this Huayra Roadster is absolutely stunning and the blend of black and Acid Green leather does look rather good as it is not too bland or over the top, to us at Enzari it is just right.
As mentioned earlier in this article, this particular HuayraRoadster is mechanically identical to any other Huayra Roadster. As a result, this Huayra Roadster is powered by a 6.0 litre, twin-turbocharged AMG V12 engine which has an overall power output of 754 hp (555 kW) and 1,000 Nm of torque. All of the engine’s power is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed automated manual transmission from the hardcore, track focused Pagani Huayra BC. As a result, the Pagani Huayra Roadster can reach an incredible top speed of 370 km/h (230 mph) which places it directly into hypercar territory.
Although the 6.0 litre twin-turbocharged AMG V12 engine found in the Huayra Roadster is essentially the same unit as that found in the Huayra Coupe, keep in mind that it has been tuned by Pagani to deliver even more power, an extra 34 hp to be exact thus making it the most powerful version of the Pagani Huayrato date. Engine aside, we are pretty sure that this HuayraRoadster didn’t come cheap. Unfortunately Pagani hasn’t mentioned any pricing details but we at Enzari expect it to have cost around €2.3 million ($2.6 million), which is a bargain if you have that type of cash to spare. According to the owner of this gorgeous Pagani Huayra Roadster the vehicle will reside in the city of Beverly Hills which is not at all surprising to us.
Stephen Parry is a keen car enthusiast and also writes his own blog at http://stevespeedza.blogspot.com