Pagani’s One-Off Huayra Dinamica Evo Roadster

Commissioned by US Client

These days, not much is transpiring with Pagani, except for the sometime assembly of first-class supercars for well-off buyers. Formulating something special and highly bespoke which holds up to the superior craftsmanship Pagani is known for, however, isn’t a straightforward task and as such, activity at Pagani’s plant near Bologna, Italy, never truly halts. A fresh, one-of-a-kind creation has now arrived from the automaker and it looks spectacular.

An unnamed individual supposedly commissioned the Huayra Dinamica Evo from the premier Pagani Grandi Complicazioni arm. As of yet, there has been no formal announcement from the Italian manufacturer regarding this specialty vehicle; however, there was an unveiling through their social media platforms. Unfortunately, this leaves us with few facts to document, though we believe we know some of its technical aspects. Now, let’s move on to the outside aesthetics.

Created by Pagani’s bespoke studio for the purpose of giving a customer their own vision, the Huayra Dinamica Evo includes a brown hue with intense gold/yellow accents, introducing focal points to the vehicle. Italy’s banner adorns the front splitter winglets, while the mirrors have been changed to an alternate shape. An American client can be presumed as the proprietor of this Huayra due to the orange markers on the front fenders, shortly before being dispatched to its new abode in the US.

Pagani hasn’t verified the source car for the upcoming vehicle, but it would make sense to presume the Huayra Roadster BC is what’s powering it. In the event that this is true, we’re looking at an open-air supercar powered by an AMG 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12, producing 802 horsepower at 5,900 rpm and 774 lb-ft (1,050 Nm) of torque in a range between 2,000 to 5,500 rpm. This performance beast measures 2,756 pounds, rendering it somewhat bulkier than the coupe version and slimmer than the standard Huayra Roadster.

Upon unveiling the Huayra Roadster BC, Pagani made it clear that no more than 40 specimens of the supercar were to be manufactured. It can be inferred that this special edition model must form a part of that limited production.

Source: Pagani on Instagram

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