Pagani has confirmed it will continue producing V12-powered hypercars until at least 2026, and says it's also working on an electric vehicle.
According to Pagani this the next-generation engine will be "homologated until 2026".
Due in 2022, the V12 hypercar will donate its architecture to an all-electric model. Pagani says it's "not going to be exactly the same platform" as changes will need to be made to suit the plug-in drivetrain.
The need for an EV is being driven not only by ever-tightening emissions regulations, but also a changing customer base. When the company began was founded in 1992 most of its clients were European and over the age of 50.
"Now the average age has dropped significantly and we have a lot of younger buyers in Asia Pacific and also in North America and Silicon Valley," Pagani said.
Above: Pagani Huayra.
While a pure-electric model is a certainty the company is also considering adding a crossover to range after 2025.
Although the crossover would be far more accomodating to people and their things it won't be kind to anyone's hip pocket, as "it would need to have a price tag of €3 million ($4.9 million) or above to be in line with our current strategy".
Pagani isn't sure if a market exists for such a vehicle, but it has held discussions with collectors.
Should the green light be given Pagani would make use of its close ties to Mercedes-Benz, and "could maybe use [their] big SUV platform".
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