Pagani is planning to introduce a special edition of the Huayra which will be coming with a removable track body kit.
Say “goodbye” to track-only supercars because Pagani is planning to take us into a new era, one which will be combining the best from the two worlds. According to a recent report signed by Autogespot, the Italian based automaker will be celebrating the 100th unit milestone with the addition of a Huayra SE. Only 20 units of the supercar will be put together and each one will cost about 2.5 million euros, more than the 1.05m euro price tag of the “regular” vehicle. All units will be getting a specially developed body kit suited for track use which will be allowing owners to install it before heading to the circuit.
After going for a few laps, drivers will be able to detach the body kit before taking the vehicle back on public roads. We have no clue at this time whether the model in question will be coming with more output than the standard Huayra but as a reminder, the exotic ride is packing a 6.0 liter twin turbo V12 engine, signed by AMG, which is capable of putting down a total output of 720 HP (539 kW) and a peak torque of 1,000 Nm (740 lb-ft). This is connected to the 7-speed sequential transmission, with a single disc clutch, allowing it to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 372 km/h (231 mph).