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.
On December 17th, we will celebrate Air Speed.Stay with us and hold on tight!#pagani pic.twitter.com/iUYl6DbHQh— Pagani Automobili (@OfficialPagani) December 14, 2020