Horacio Pagani also says a Huayra successor is coming in two years.
Including a pair of LaFerraris and a custom Zonda.
Only 15 Zonda Rs were ever built.
Neither of the car's occupants were injured.
The Pagani Huayra is nearing the end of its run. The final coupe — number 100 — will be dressed up like Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes-AMG F1 car. The roadster version that follows will be limited to just 100 examples, too. It should be no surprise then that the company is working on its third model. According to Car and Driver, a fourth one is in the works, too. Rather than a big, twin-V12, the fourth model will be all electric.
Mercedes-AMG Formula 1 driver and four-time F1 world champion has a bit of history with Pagani. Back in 2012, he custom ordered a 760 horsepower Zonda, one of the last to roll of the production line. In addition to the boost in power, Hamilton fulfilled all of our enthusiast wishes and had the car fitted with a manual transmission. Now a Huayra commissioned by Brett David, CEO of Prestige Imports, will wear the colors of Hamilton's F1 car.
Horacio Pagani reveals his supercar company is working on a Huayra successor with a manual transmission, and an electric car due in 2025.
The powerful roadster turns heads in its own right.
If it weren't sold out already, you could buy one for $2.4 million.
Our image gallery is the perfect way to experience the Huayra BC's exquisite details.
It's unclear what caused the one-off Pagani to crash, but the damage is severe.
Pagani made this one-of-a-kind Huayra Pearl edition for an apparently very discerning customer, with a series of unique touches to set it apart from the other 99 examples made.