The Pagani Huayra production has been sold out but the company is planning on introducing a roadster version sometimes in 2016.
Pagani is doing pretty well these days and in between releasing another one-off version of the Zonda, the company has managed to sell all units of the Huayra. The announcement hasn’t been made official just yet but according to a recent report, published by the guys from GT Spirit, the supercar’s production, which was limited to 100 units, has been completely sold out. Our source is also stating that even with the new factory running at maximum capacity, the company can only produce 45 cars a year, so assembling the remaining ones will still take some time.
The Pagani Huayra will not be buried because most likely the company will follow the same footsteps of the Zonda and release one-off special editions every few months. This hasn’t been confirmed at this time but what we do know is that the supercar will be giving birth to a roadster variant, sometimes in 2016. This will be identical to the Huayra Coupe except for the roof which will most likely be a hard top. Power will be provided by the same 6,0 liter AMG V12 twin turbo engine, which is producing a total of 720 HP (539 kW) and 1,000 Nm (740 lb-ft) of torque, the same as in the already available Huayra. The 0 to 100 km/h will be affected, as well as the top speed.