The newest teaser concerning the Huayra Roadster is making us brim with anticipation for the entire thing coming in front of the worldwide audience during the Geneva Motor Show in March.
The latest detail reveal concerns the convertible’s biturbo 6.0-liter V12 engine – and at the far top of the teaser picture we can catch a glimpse of what seem to be the nacelles that cover the safety elements protecting the occupants in case of a roll-over crash. “As we moved forward with the Roadster, we decided to give her a bit more of an edge in order to create a slightly more aggressive shape than the Huayra Coupé…” comments Horacio Pagani in the message attached to the new teaser picture.
Pagani hasn’t revealed the roof panel covering the two lucky occupants, the rumor mill thinks it will be a removable hardtop and the doors will be a tad more conventional. The affluent possible buyers were given the chance to see the car early during a private event at the 2016 Monterey Car Week, and the company has reportedly already sold 75 of the 100-unit production. The Roadster should come with the same 730-horsepower (537-kilowatt) engine as the regular coupe and maybe a hardcore BC version is also in the cards for the Roadster – complete with its 789 hp (588 kW) and 811 pound-feet (1,098 Newton-meters) of torque.