Pagani Released Teaser Photos For 2017 Huayra Roadster

Jan 30, 2017 10:00 AM EST | Gerone Trish

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Italian automaker Pagani has teased a sneak peek on the upcoming Huayra Roadster. The teaser photos show off the full body and engine of the new model, giving the fans a first look prior to its debut in March.

The new model is set to be introduced at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, which is held every year in March at the Geneva Palexpo. Prior to its launch, the latest supercar from Pagani is now unveiling its design.

Pagani took to its official FaceBook account some teaser photos providing some details on the design and engine of the new Huayra Roadster. One photo reveals the new supercar has a solid roof. Unfortunately, it remains to be seen if the roofing can be folded or removed as the image did not give any hint on this mechanism.

Pagani also posted a photo of the engine inside the Huayra Roadster. According to the caption of the photo, the automaker gave the new Roadster a little more "aggressive shape" than its Coupe sibling.

Furthermore, another photo teases the ambitious plans for the new Huayra Roadster. The photo shows a close-up view of one of the front headlights and the caption revealed that the new flagship is considered the "most complicated project" Pagani has ever done. This sounds very promising to enthusiasts. One comment even claims to have seen the actual vehicle and has vouched for the amazing job Pagani has exerted on the new flagship.

Meanwhile, Motor1 predicts that the new Huayra Roadster will have a Biturbo AMG V12 6.0-liter engine which can produce 789 hp and 811 pound-feet of torque. The new flagship will most likely have a seven-speed automated manual gearbox to carry out the car's powerful engine technology.

In addition, the publication also noted that Pagani is expected to produce 100 units of Huayra Roadster. This new droptop model is also speculated to carry a price tag higher than the tag of its coupe sibling which is $2.55M.

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