Back in 2011, Pagani debuted its much-anticipated successor to the Zonda. It was called the Huayra, and it came with a 6.0-liter V12, 730 horsepower, and a $1.5M price tag. It was more than a worthy successor to the Zonda.
Three years later and we haven’t seen much change from Pagani or the Huayra. But if you remember back in 2011 (when the Huayra first debuted), Founder and CEO Horacio Pagani promised a roadster “in approximately three years.” This coincides with new reports of a Huayra Roadster headed for the Geneva Motor Show next month.
But even more interesting, the Roadster could sit alongside — or be replaced entirely by– a hotted-up Huayra S, which is also rumored to debut in Geneva. Possibly sporting a more powerful version of the 6.0-liter V12, the Huayra S would also likely come with new exterior and interior upgrades, similar to the Zondas of past.
Details on both of these projects are slim, but we’ll look forward to yet another supercar making its Geneva debut next month.