The Italian hypercar manufacturer is set to unveil its newest showpiece later this week.
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Italian hypercar manufacturer Pagani has teased a new upcoming model, with an official unveiling slated for 17 December 2020.

The promotional video – posted to Twitter overnight – shows the vehicle equipped with aeronautical-themed accessories, including a pitot tube and a speedometer calibrated to measure in Mach (the speed of sound relative to surrounding air).

A track focused Huayra R was previously confirmed for development, however it’s unclear if this is the model shown.

CarAdvice previously reported the Huayra R would be launched in 2020, and likely be powered by a re-tuned variant of the existing Mercedes-AMG 6.0-litre twin-turbo engine producing approximately 552kW/1000Nm.

Meanwhile, other reports have suggested this will be the all-new successor to the Huayra, known as the Pagani C10.

This story will be updated when more information becomes available.