Spotted in full camouflage, it appears as though Pagani is preparing for the release of a more extreme version of the Huayra supercar. The new Huayra, which is expected to adopt the ‘S’ moniker, was spotted while being track tested at San Martino Del Lago race track in the north of Italy.
Pagani’s latest model appears to be sporting a newly designed carbon fibre rear wing, beautifully sculpted set of mirrors and a new carbon fibre front splitter. Although hard to tell from the excessive camouflage it appears as though the the new Huayra may also be wider than the standard car.
It’s just speculative at this point however the noticeably deeper note of the exhaust suggests this supercar will receive an uprated version of its 6.0-liter V12 engine placing it inline with the latest offerings from Lamborghini and Ferrari.
The nice people over at ‘PurePerformance’ have provided a video of the sighting, check it out below.