Codename C10 has been ‘leaked’ online; this could be the successor to the Pagani Huayra.
The C10 was to debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show to celebrate the marque’s 20th anniversary. For various reasons, the first deliveries are, hopefully, for 2023.
Surprisingly, the Pagani Huayra has been around for over ten years, meaning a replacement is due.
The Pagani C10 looks like an adaptation of the Huayra, retaining its retro-modern looks and the overall teardrop cabin shape, with hints of the Zonda.
According to ‘insider rumours’, the C10 will be powered by a 6.0-litre AMG supplied V12 with manual and dual-clutch automatic gearbox options. Furthermore, the rumour mill claims Pagani may build 300 C10’s with an estimated price of £2.5 million.
In addition to the Coupé, there will be a Roadster and several ‘Specials’.
Horacio Pagani has previously said that handling and weight-saving measures focus rather than outright performance. This statement makes perfect sense; in this age of heavy electric hypercars that can achieve 0-62mph in around two seconds.
Pagani plans to unveil the C10 at the Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci in Milan, Italy. The company doesn’t have an exact date for the premiere, but the plan is June or September 2022.
If you want one, it’s already too late. Horatio Pagani says all have buyers; he indicated that just the interest from the United States would have been enough to fulfil the entire production run.