Pagani final summer time shocked the automotive world with a singular long-tail model of the Huayra, dubbed the Codalunga, Italian for “lengthy tail.”
The automotive was born from the request of two loyal prospects looking for a Pagani with a streamlined design harking back to the grand race automobiles of the Nineteen Sixties. The shoppers labored intently with the Italian marque’s particular tasks division, often known as Pagani Grandi Complicazioni, over a two-year interval to reach on the remaining design.
Pagani dedicated to constructing 5 examples, every priced from 7 million euros (roughly $7.6 million), and this week the second of the 5 automobiles was proven. This one encompasses a bronze hue with a tail stripe of uncovered carbon fiber.
The physique of the Huayra Codalunga is made out of light-weight composites, with the automotive’s prolonged tail requiring a stretched engine cowl 14.2 inches longer than the quilt on the usual Huayra. Energy in the meantime comes from the identical twin-turbo 6.0-liter V-12 discovered within the Huayra, however with output pumped as much as 827 hp from the Huayra’s 730 hp.
Pagani Huayra Codalunga
The Huayra Codalunga is formally the ultimate model of the Huayra, although Pagani may proceed to supply new Huayra creations just like the automaker did—and nonetheless does—for the Zonda, its debut supercar.
Pagani final September revealed a successor to the Huayra within the type of the Utopia, one other V-12 supercar. Pagani at one level deliberate on providing an electrical model of the automotive, although the automaker scrapped these plans final yr, citing a scarcity of demand and a scarcity of emotion in EVs.