You know the drill. Before the launch of a new hypercar, supercar, regular car, heck even before a new infotainment system is green lit for production, carmakers will tease the heck out of it through a series of dimly lit photos showing us not very much at all in a bid to get us excited. Sometimes this works, sometimes it doesn’t. The results are negligible for instance when teasers of the new Camry’s taillights hit the net. We don’t exactly fall back in our chairs but, when it’s the taillights of the upcoming Huayra Roadster (we've already seen the first and second teasers...), you’d have to pick us up off the floor and since Pagani has done just that, can someone lend a hand please?
The newbie, which will be making its global debut at the upcoming Geneva motor show in March, looks like it’ll be absolutely gorgeous and from the latest image, we can see that the rear end has been revised from the Coupé and that is to house the removable hardtop. And, the Roadster’s taillight surrounds have been tweaked too and get an extension at the top. But don’t worry – it won’t have that natty camouflage on the body, that’s just there to hide some of the detail but the rear deck bubble-like structure looks to have been removed. But, it’ll be one of the most intricate hypercars ever. How do we know? Well because this latest teaser image has been accompanied by a quote of company founder Horacio Pagani on Twitter saying, “This is the most complicated project we have ever undertaken”.
The Roadster will probably be powered by a Mercedes-AMG-sourced 6.0-litre biturbo V12 making 730 horses and 1,100Nm of torque. It should be able to hit 100kph in 3.3 seconds and have a top speed of about 370kph. Just 100 units are to be built.