Pagani is introducing the Huayra Pearl which incorporates some features that harken back to previous models.
As you’ve come to expect from Pagani, the latest special Huayra is yet another one-off and this “Pearl” version was created specifically for a customer of exotic car dealership Refined Marque. The hand-built Italian supercar should look familiar to Pagani fans as it has a split rear wing reminiscent of the Zonda S. It is part of the new aerodynamic package that includes a roof scoop which looks like a shorter version of the one fitted on the Zonda R. Some traces of the Huayra BC are also visible to create an appealing mélange of various Pagani models.
Technical specifications are not available at this point, so we don’t know whether there are any power upgrades over the standard car, as if there’s such a thing as a “regular” Pagani Huayra. We remind you the biturbo 6.0-liter V12 engine from Mercedes-AMG delivers 730 horsepower in stock configuration and more than 750 hp in the aforementioned BC.
We’ll keep you posted once we find out more about this unique Huayra Pearl. If you would rather see an open-top variant of the Huayra, you will have to wait until August. That’s when the Huayra Roadster will premiere at the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California.