Company founder and namesake Horacio Pagani told Car and Driver that you can't just ignore electric cars. By the end of this year, Pagani plans to have a division within the company dedicated to researching and developing EVs. Like other Pagani models, there will be a heavy focus on saving weight.
Like the gasoline-powered cars, the new EV will likely use a Mercedes powertrain. Pagani has had a technical partnership with Daimler for years. Pagani says the new model is unlikely to be a hybrid, mostly to save weight.
This car is still a little ways off. Roadster production isn't set to end until 2020, giving Pagani a bit of time to work on the two new models.