Pagani has created a special version of its Huayra supercar designed to hark back to the race cars of the 1960s.
Limited to just five examples – with each commanding a price tag of €7 million (£5.97m) – the Huayra Codalunga has been created by the Pagani’s Grandi Complicazioni special projects department.
At the rear, there’s a clear view of the car’s exhaust, which in this instance is made from titanium and only weighs in at 4.4kg. Despite the additional styling and features, the Codalunga weighs 1,280kg, which is 70kg less than the standard Huayra.
Inside, the Codalunga features seats finished in woven leather and nubuck material, while all of the aluminium components inside the car are machined from a single block. The release of this car comes after two Pagani collectors approached the firm in 2018 to request it make a long-tail version of the Pagani Huayra Coupe.
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