If we’ve learned anything about Pagani from the Zonda, it’s that they love to make variants. So, why shouldn’t we expect the same of the Huayra?
Recently, Simone Misseroli posted up at the San Martino del Lago circuit in Italy, only to spot what looks to be a revised version of the camouflaged Pagani Huayra SE, which the marque unveiled in July, taking laps. Aside from the disguising wrap, it also sported a slew of new body pieces. He recorded the event and published the video to the PurePerformance YouTube channel Oct. 9. This video can be viewed below.
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In the front of this mysterious Huayra is a new splitter, a characteristic of more radical vehicles. The sides remained relatively untouched, aside from a small piece along the side skirt, located right behind the front wheels. In the rear is where the most changes have been made. A large fixed carbon fiber rear wing rests prominently atop the trunk, and a massive rear diffuser with multiple channels is located right below.
Unfortunately, there is no official word from Pagani about this exact Huayra as of yet, but we expect news in the near future. So, be sure to stay with us for more information as it’s released.
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