With the standard Huayra already sold out, Pagani is reportedly moving forward on its next projects, including an even more hardcore version of the coupe and a roadster. The look of the droptop is still a mystery, but this spy video seems to offer an early glimpse of the track-focused coupe.

Shot at the San Martino del Lago racecourse, this camouflaged Huayra sports some modifications even the camouflaged body can't hide. At the front, the splitter juts out more than the standard model, and at the rear is a picnic table-sized fixed rear wing and an absolutely gargantuan diffuser. This clip doesn't offer enough sound quality for us to make a call on it, but according to the YouTube description the engine note was different from the regular Huayra.

The hardcore Huayra roadster is reportedly over 100 pounds lighter than the current coupe, and the track version is also slated to get these weight-saving upgrades. Power from the 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 is likely to increase. Assuming there's room on the credit card, get an order in soon: total production is said to be between 10 and 25 cars.


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