For now, the biggest Pagani news revolves around the highly anticipated release of the Huayra successor, the Utopia. It was developed under the codename C10, it features a combination of aesthetics and influences from both the Zonda and the Huayra, with the nose being a distinct evolution of the Zonda, and the tail featuring the active aerodynamics of the Huayra. The Utopia so far has only been announced and had its rough specifications outlined, including the fact that it features a bespoke twin-turbo V12 from Mercedes-AMG that will output around 865 HP. The first Utopia was delivered to its owner in very late 2023, making it a 2024 model year car.
In addition to the Utopia, the carmaker recently finished the production of the Huayra R. This hardcore Huayra variant first introduced in March 2021, is track-only and was limited to a run of 30 units - all of which were spoken for by invite only. Then there’s the Huayra BC and Huayra BC Roadster with production capped at 20 and 40 units respectively, again with production finishing up in 2023, although some deliveries are not happening until 2024.
The 'regular' Huayra coupe and roadster have officially been discontinued, with the 100th unit of both variants rolling off the production line in 2018 and 2020 respectively. However, you can expect special editions to keep popping up every now and then. Just look at the Zonda; it was officially discontinued in 2013 yet there has been a steady trickle of one-off editions. We were given a sneak peek of the latest one-off Zonda 760 series at the turn of the new year.
As it stands, the only current production model from Pagani is the Utopia, with the 8 cars-only special Huayra Imola Roadster expected to invite Pagani VIPs to place their orders for it in 2024.
Pagani’s rise has been nothing short of remarkable and the boutique carmaker has been able to carve its own niche in the exclusive hypercar segment. We are excited to see what the future holds for the Italy-based automobile company.