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.
Five years after revealing the Huayra, Pagani returns to the Palexpo in Geneva with the new, more hardcore Huayra BC – ready to take on the new Bugatti Chiron and whatever Koenigsegg has to throw at it.
YouTube user Speedracer38 snagged a chance to see how one of the most expensive vehicles in the world, a Pagani Huayra, handled a trip to the grocery store.
The Pagani Huaryra BC makes a little more power than the original coupe, but the company sheds weight wherever possible to make it an even sharper hypercar.
Pagani released this teaser image of a hardcore version of the Huayra, accompanied by the promise that it will be revealed sometime this year.
Pagani appears to be at work on a track-focused, hardcore Huayra, and this new spy video shows a car featuring a huge rear wing and colossal diffuser.
The 2015 Gordon McCall's Motorworks Revival launches Monterey Car Week in its usually splendid fashion. Among this year's assemblage of planes and high-end vehicles is an array of Ford GTs. Plus, companies like Singer and Shelby American staged introductions there.
The new Pagani Huayra Roadster promises to be even more extreme than the outgoing coupe.
Earlier today, we brought you west coast editor Michael Harley's review of the absolutely stunning Pagani Huayra – a "fascinating, imperfect machine" that our author sums up with one word: "intoxicating." And now that you've read his text and ogled the gorgeous accompanying photos shot by our own Drew Phillips, we've got one more treat for you: video.