The Pagani Huayra successor, dubbed Pagani C10, has been spotted testing once again. This time the spy images reveal more of the car’s near-production bodywork.
The C10 looks unmistakably ‘Pagani’ and is more of an evolution over the Huayra’s design. It has a teardrop-shaped cabin with wide front and rear haunches. It has twin circular tail lamps and signature quad exhausts.
The Pagani C10 still has that oval graphic at the rear. However, unlike the Zonda and Huayra, it now serves as an aero element. The car also has large extractor vents on the front fenders.
The Huayra successor is likely to be powered by an AMG-sourced V12 engine, details of which are still unclear. That being said, sources tell us that Pagani could offer an optional manual transmission.
Production of the Pagani C10 is likely to be capped at 99 units. Deliveries are expected to commence in 2023.