Reports claim a new Pagani Huayra Roadster will arrive within 2-3 years time. The Huayra, named after Huayra Tata, God of Wind, finally does its name justice by finally offering drivers the ultimate wind-in-your-hair experience.
Pagani had announced that it would accept deliveries into the United States by last summer, June 2013. Following that news, we initially learned that the Pagani Huayra roadster ould unveil at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Unfortunately, we were let down.
Now, Pagani spokesperson Luca Venturi spoke with Autoblog and announced that the roadster will soon be ready and will launch approximately two years from now. Pagani has not confirmed whether the new Huayra Roadster will have a removeable hardtop or a softop/hardtop folding mechanism.
All we do know for sure is that the basic design should remain the same, including its 6.0-liter twin turbo V12, producing 700 horsepower and 738 lb.-ft. of torque, and seven-speed single-clutch sequential gearbox. What has changed is the newfound headroom. In addition, we also expect the price $1.5 million price tag to increase as well, just as it has been escalating a couple thousand in price each year.
Expect the Pagani Huayra Roadster to unveil in 2-3 years time. At the same time, speculations of a Bugatti Veyron successor will no doubt gain traction as well.