Could Pagani be wanting to lift control on the Huayra when it presents the new Roadster variation at March’s 2017 Geneva automobile fair?
The automaker’s most recent mystery gives us a look at the Huayra Roadster’s twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V-12, and there are a few contrasts to the motor in the Huayra car.
We can see that the motor cover, particularly the cooling vanes, includes an alternate outline. This could basically be another outline but on the other hand there’s the likelihood it insights at some more critical changes, maybe considerably more power.
The Huayra roadster conveys 720 strength and 737 pound-feet of torque, yet we know its motor is equipped for conveying up to 789 hp and 811 lb-ft. That is the yield the motor conveys in the Huayra BC, and in the Huayra Roadster such a yield—or something near it—ought to help convey to a greater extent a cradle between the seven-figure supercar and more mainstream models such as the Lamborghini Aventador S and Ferrari [NYSE:RACE] F12 Berlinetta.
We ought to have every one of the points of interest in the coming weeks as the Geneva car exhibition is booked to get in progress on March 7.Here’s the teaser!