Spied: Pagani Huayra S


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Italian cars seem to have a flair to them that no other cars posses. For decades, people have lusted over the gorgeous, and more often than not outrageous, cars that were coming out of Italy. Looking through the history book, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Alfa Romeo, Lancia, and even Fiat all have a back catalogue of lust worthy automobiles to be proud of. Pagani is the newest of the Italian car companies, but that doesn’t mean that they have anything to be ashamed of. The Pagani Zonda and the Pagani Huayra are cars that are as breathtaking to look at, as they are to drive.

Pagani has since officially stopped production of the Zonda some time ago, with the exception of various one-offs for wealthy clients. Furthermore, Pagani has recently announced that they sold all 100 Huayras that were planned for production. However, it looks like the Huayra is going to get some new life injected into it in the form of a Huayra “S”.


These spy shots confirm that Pagani has been developing and testing a hotter version of the Huayra. This test mule is fully camouflaged, however there are some obvious and noteable differences from a standard Huayra. Firstly, there is that absolutely massive carbon fiber rear spoiler that has been added on. Interestingly, the active rear winglets from the regular Huayra are still present in the video. Secondly, the front received a revised facia with a larger chin spoiler. Another noteable difference that can be gathered from this video is that there is a different engine exhaust note. This one is a lot throatier than the whooshy exhaust note from the regular Huayra.

The Huayra “S” will most likely receive an upgrade from the already bonkers 720 hp twin-turbo 6.0L V12 engine that is supplied by AMG. Recent competition from Lamborghini and Ferrari has seen their horsepower figures rise, so the Huayra will most likely be rated northwards of 800 hp.

Expect this hotter version of the Pagani Huayra to be debuted at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show next March.


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