Pagani’s Latest Art is a highly exclusive and limited edition of the Huayra that’s made bespoke for two Pagani clients. The Pagani Huayra is the successor to the legend Zonda. The company announced that they have launched the new Huayra Codalunga Speedtail. A complete bespoke and limited edition version of the Huayra for those who worked with the Grandi Complicazioni department.
The Grandi Complicazioni department of Pagani focuses and specializes in one-offs and limited-run models. This is a highly exclusive limited edition, with just five units produced. All of these units are already sold out and cost 7 million Euros, or roughly $7.3 million. Pagani said, that these clients arrived at the company in 2018 about producing the Speedtail version of the Huayra Coupe. The Huayra Codalung is smoother and longer than the coupe, and Pagani drew inspiration from the long tails of the 1960s racers raced at Le Mans. It is 360 mm longer than the standard coupe, with the body panels made up of advanced composite materials, lowering the weight of the Huayra Codalunga.
Under the hood lies a Pagani V12 engine, delivering 840 hp and 1099 Nm of torque. The back of the car doesn’t have a rear grille thus beautifully exposing the ceramic-coated titanium exhaust system. The overall weight of the car is just 1,280 kg, thanks to the composite materials and lightweight titanium exhaust. The automaker says they used neutral colors and semi or fully matte paints for the Codalunga, evoking the shades of the past and enhancing the simplicity of the Speedtail.
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