Despite promises when the Pagani Huayra arrive three years ago that a roadster version would arrive within three years, it’s still 2 years away.
The Pagani Huayra arrived three years ago as Pagani’s replacement for the Zonda (in fact, is was three years ago in January we exclusively revealed the first ever Huayra photo), and despite assurances from Pagani that a Huayra Roadster would arrive by 2014 there’s still no sign of it.
We did have a little moment of anticipation that the Huayra Roadster was on its way when Pagani teased something new for Geneva 2013, but that turned out to be nothing more than a (posh) new set of speakers for the Huayra Coupe.
In fact, the Sonus Faber Sound System for the Huayra Roadster is about the only Pagani news on anything new we’ve had in the three years since the Huayra arrived – although there have been plenty of problems for the Huayra along the way.
But with most of the problems resolved, it seems Pagani are now focusing on the Roadster and have confirmed to Autoblog that it is under development. although still two years away.
When it does arrive, the Huayra Roadster will get the same 6.0 litre V12 with 730 horses and cost a chunk more than the €1 million the Coupe. And that’s before you start to bother the Huayra options list.
And even once it’s revealed, customer will still have to wait an age – after stumping up a chunky deposit – to get behind the wheel of the Huayra Roadster.
But, honestly, the Pagani Huayra Roadster is on it way. Really. Pagani said so, so it must be true.