Pagani isn’t the kind of car maker that offers a new model ever other month, and when they do churn out a car, it’s usually a monster on the track.
That was the case with the Zonda, and with the Huayra, and now a new beast was confirmed by the company’s spokesman.
Luca Venturi confirmed in a press release that Pagani is planning to build a Roadster version of the Huayra, but details were not released. That didn’t stop enthusiasts to form opinions about the engine that will power it, and the most rumors seem to indicate a lot of inspiration from the Huayra Coupe.
This means that the engine will be a twin turbo 6.0 liter V12, good for 720 Hp and 737 Nm of torque. That is, if they decide to actually use that engine. But should they go for it, the most likely output is a top speed of a 370 Km/h and an acceleration time to 100 km/h of 3.3 seconds.