Much like the Zonda before it, the Huayra simply refuses to die. It was originally unveiled in January 2011, yet here we are, nearly 13 years later, still talking about a new version that's about to debut. Although the Utopia it technically the Huayra's successor, the Italian supercar maker published a new teaser image on social media showing a camoflauged car on the track ahead of its debut. 

The only info we have is that the Huayra-based model has been developed by Grandi Complicazioni (Italian for "Big Complications"). In case the name doesn't ring a bell, it's the firm's special projects division tasked to develop one-offs and few-off cars. It appears to have a floating roof scoop since there doesn't seem to be a top, so we're likely looking at a convertible with a removable panel. The back of the car strongly suggests this is a roadster version of the Imola.

Pagani Huayra Imola

Unveiled in September 2019, Pagani built just five Imola coupe with a twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 developed by AMG to produce 827 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of torque. That's a lot of muscle for a supercar that weighed just 2,747 pounds before fluids. It was engineered with a seven-speed Xtrac automated manual transmission routing the twelve-cylinder's output to the rear axle.

When the Imola with a fixed roof debuted, Pagani said it tested the hardcore Huayra some 10,000 miles on the circuit as part of the "severest on-track validation test" a Pagani ever had to undergo. The coupe was developed as a road-going model, so we'd reckon it'll be the same story with its roadster counterpart. The Imola was sold out from day one and we're thinking it's going to be the same with this new derivative.

We should know more when Pagani uncovers its next special supercar in the next few months.

Gallery: 2020 Pagani Huayra Imola

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