Cue the camouflaged prototype uploaded by a YouTuber’ yes it’s a Supercar spot. We have already seen images of what many are saying is the most hardcore Pagani to date yet spied on the road a few months ago, however now we have footage of the Italian Supercar being put through it’s paces on track.
The Pagani Huayra, said to be called the Dragon, was captured by 19Bozzy92 who uploaded the 5:11-minute clip to his YouTube channel. Expected to have around 745hp from it’s V12 AMG engine, the limited edition Pagani was on test at the Franciacorta test track in Italy. The Huayra Dragon looks a pretty very dignified and composed car, although it’s fair to say the test driver doesn’t appear to being driving it anywhere near the limit.
Sources close to Pagani say the Huayra Dragon was originally commissioned by the owner of the tuning company TopCar Design as a one-off example, but now Pagani is planning to produce a limited run of five cars, which will likely have different names. Despite the camouflage, it is pretty obvious the aerodynamics are more aggressive than standard Huayras with the Supercar sporting a wild LMP-style rear diffuser and more prominent rear spoiler, roof scoop and what look like larger intakes at the front and sides.
With it’s 6.0-L twin-turbo V12 producing in excess of 745 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of torque it will put the Dragon above the already-hardcore Huayra BC. Power is expected to be sent to the rear wheels through a seven-speed single-clutch automatic transmission. Rumours suggest the Dragon will go into production once all the Huayra Roadsters have been made. Hopefully, we won’t have to wait too long for Pagani’s new hardcore Huayra to break cover.