Our spies have sent us an interesting set of images which could depict the Pagani Huayra SE (Special Edition).
The prototype was fully covered in camouflage, but it's easy to notice it had green brake calipers, a front splitter likely made from carbon fiber while the rear end hosted what appears to be a slightly different bumper. Interestingly, there's a QR code on the right door which we checked out and it lead us to a page on Pagani's official website showing a trio of short clips with a camouflaged prototype.
According to the latest gossip, only 20 units will ever be made and each will carry a jaw-dropping €2.5 million price tag. The Pagani Huayra SE (name not confirmed), will apparently get a detachable special body kit optimized for the track along with what will likely be a weight loss and some extra muscle for the AMG V12 6.0-liter twin-turbo engine which in the "regular" Huayra pumps out 730 PS (537 kW) and 1,000 Nm (737 lb-ft) of torque.
Besides a hardcore Huayra, Pagani is also working on a roadster version set to come out most likely in 2016.
Check out the aforementioned three clips at the source link below.