Earlier this year Horacio Pagani confirmed to Top Gear the automaker would produce a hardcore version of the Huayra coupe, saying it will arrive as a gift “for all the Pagani fans around the world”. Now, it appears that uprated Huayra has been spotted testing just outside the supercar manufacturer’s factory in San Cesareo, Italy.
Based on this footage, the more hardcore Huayra appears to feature more aggressive bodywork with a larger rear wing, a prominent rear diffuser and front splitter and some more aero-enhancing elements along on the side skirts. The engine sounds the same as the 720 horsepower twin-turbocharged Mercedes-Benz V12 found in the standard car, however it’s safe to assume both power and torque outputs will grow.
Little else is known about the faster Huayra, however Pagani did confirm that just 20 units will be produced in total, and they will only be offered to existing Pagani customers. It’s also not clear when it will debut, however the Geneva Motor Show is usually the supercar mecca, so we’d keep an eye out for it in March 2016.
For now, check it out in the video above.