The Italian exotic supercar manufacturer has recently taken the wraps off the Huayra Pearl bespoke version, which has certain features reminding us of the company’s heritage.
As per the idea of an exotic supercar manufacturer, the latest installment in the Huayra series is a one-off, commissioned by an eccentric client that ordered it through exotic car dealership Refined Marque. This is one of the most exquisite interpretations of a hand-built Italian supercar and as such it has come to incorporate elements that may bode well with the Pagani fan base. Take the split rear wing that recalls of the Zonda S for example. The latter is just part of a new aerodynamic package that also includes a roof scoop – and this one seems like the shortened version of the one appearing on the Zonda R. Some tweaks also recall the latest Huayra version – the BC – to make the retro-contemporary looks complete.
The Italian firm hasn’t released any technical data, so we have no idea if the customer also requested any power upgrades. Anyways, while no car is actually alike since it’s hand-built, the regular Huayara packs a biturbo 6.0-liter V12 engine from Mercedes-AMG churning out 730 horsepower or at least 750 hp if we bring the Huayra BC into question. By the way, if you’re expecting more new Pagani models you’ll have to hold off until August when the Huayara Roadster will be on show at the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California.