Between Milan and Verona lies the Franciacorta Autodrome. It is an FIA sanctioned track located away from the auto spied who lurk around Modena and Sant’Agata. That is how 19Bozzy92 was able to film a Pagani Huayra test mule hot laps around the track.
He proposes that it might be an even more potent version of the Huayra BC, and the aerodynamics support this hypothesis. Horacio Pagani has no reason to rush the development of a new model. Anyone who gets close to one of his cars instantly realizes the time and effort that goes into each build.
The air intake behind the cockpit looks very similar to the Huayra BC Macchina Volante, a one-of-one build for a wealthy collector. Intakes in the rear quarter panels are also much taller, and their lines extend to the base of the spoiler. A spine running between the roof scoop and the rear spoiler looks like a ramjet, but it is an obvious Venturi duct. This could funnel air into the rear spoiler, eerily similar to Lamborghini’s patented ALA system. Tell us what you think of this prototype in the comments below, and click the link to find a Pagani near you.