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Pagani V12 to survive until 2026, electric car in the works

Pagani has confirmed it will continue producing V12-powered hypercars until at least 2026, and says it's also working on an electric vehicle. In an interview with Autocar, Horatio Pagani, the carmaker's founder and CEO, confirmed the company's next-generation sports car will again be powered by a twin-turbo V12 engine from Mercedes-Benz...

Pagani Huayra BC Roadster unveiled

Pagani has overnight unveiled the Huayra BC Roadster, just over three years after the hardtop Huayra picked up the mantle from Pagani's first car, the Zonda. Like the coupe, the Pagani Huayra BC Roadster features a unique body developed with both eyes on increasing downforce, creating a claimed 500kg at 280km/h...

Pagani Huayra BC Roadster teased

Pagani Automobili has teased the upcoming Huayra BC Roadster, which the company has dubbed "a tremendous science and design challenge". BC stands for Benny Caiola, the first Pagani customer and a friend of founder Horacio Pagani. In terms of what will change compared to the 'standard' Huayra Roadster, the open-top BC should lose weight while also getting a decent power bump...

Pagani Huayra BC Roadster spied

A camouflaged prototype believed to be the Pagani Huayra BC Roadster has been spied by photographers this week, hinting at the final variant of the company's V12 hypercar before its successor arrives in the coming years. The company has already confirmed the Huayra Roadster will get the BC treatment, meaning we can expect the same wild treatment as the current BC coupe – though this time with the added feature of open-top thrills...

Pagani preparing for electric future - report

Pagani is getting ready to end production of the Huayra, raising a fairly big question: what's next for the Italian-Argentinian hypercar maker? According to a report by Road & Track, the brand's future could be electric. Although the story makes clear there are no plans to end internal-combustion development, it's clear Horacio Pagani, company founder, is looking to electric motors for potential future models...

Pagani Huayra: Final coupe to be delivered in June

The Pagani Huayra may have just been made available for the Australian market in Roadster form, but the coupe is now at the end of its production run. Dubbed "Il Ultimo" – meaning 'the last' in Italian – the final Huayra coupe has been built for the CEO of Prestige Imports in the US, Brett David...

Pagani Huayra arrives Down Under

Pagani has touched down in Melbourne, with the Huayra Roadster becoming the first road-registrable hypercar in Australia. Priced from a whopping $5.5 million before on-road costs, the news that "just a few" of the 100 Huayra Roadster production slots would be reserved for local buyers was revealed at the opening of a new Pagani showroom on Swan Street in Richmond, Victoria...

Pagani Huayra, Zonda specials heading to Geneva

Pagani increased its turnover by 29 per cent last year, and it's bringing a special Huayra and Zonda to the Geneva motor show next week to showcase its endless personalisation options. First cab off the rank is a US-spec Huayra Roadster, finished in a beautiful grey/red/black colour combination...

Pagani Huayra Lampo revealed

Italian supercar specialist Pagani has taken the wraps off the Huayra Lampo, a one-off version of its hypercar co-developed with Lapo Elkann - grandson of former Fiat CEO, Gianni Agnelli. While many will draw comparisons between 'Lampo' and Italian rival Lamborghini, the word 'lampo' means 'lightning' - a striking name for a striking car, obviously...

Pagani offers a peek at Zonda restoration program

Pagani has peeled back the curtain on its recently-announced Rinascimento program, giving the world a look at how it gives well-used Zondas a new lease on life. The first Pagani model is, after all, getting a bit long in the tooth...

Pagani launches 'Rinascimento' restoration program

The Pagani Zonda is still one of the prettiest cars on the road, but it's starting to get a bit long in the tooth. Believe it or not, the first Zonda C12 rolled out of the factory in 1999, and some owners have covered upwards of 100,000km in their bespoke supercars...