Pagani Huayra Roadster revealed

The convertible packs 753bhp and looks far more aggressive than the hard top
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February 16, 2017
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You’ve been following all the teaser images and now as expected, the Pagani Huayra Roadster has been revealed in full glory ahead of its debut at the 2017 Geneva motor show next month. And it looks absolutely gorgeous.

The drop-top Italian hypercar features an AMG-developed V12 with two turbochargers to produce 753bhp and over 1,000Nm of torque. It only weights 1,280kg (that is 80kg lighter than the coupé) thanks to the use of a newly developed carbon-titanium composite known as Carbo-Triax HP52. It also makes the Roadster 52 per cent stiffer. It looks far more aggressive than the hard top packing a new grille design and wider wheel arches housing new wheels and sculpted vents on the engine cover.

The cabin gets beige leather with blue stitching and loads of carbon fibre trim and best of all an exposed aluminium gear lever. The Roadster, which can be had with a choice of two different roofs (one is made from carbon fibre, the other is a fabric fixture) will cost a whopping Dh10 million and just 100 will be made and have already been accounted for.