The upcoming Pagani Huayra Roadster has been teased by the Italian supercar maker ahead of its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
Pagani released two teaser images of the drop-top version of the Huayra, with one adding a bit of holiday cheer to exotic carmaker's fans and customers while the other showed off the front splitter of the upcoming car.
Pagani has not yet revealed what type of roof the Huayra Roadster is expected to use to cover the gaping hole on the top of the car but considering the Zonda Roadster made use of removable hardtop panel, we expect the new drop-top Pagani to use the same.
A set of renders uncovered by GT Spirit show off some unique features including a new rear diffuser along with aero flics on the tail lights. Also seen are new side skirts.
Pagani is expected to continue using Mercedes-AMG's hand-built 6.0-litre twin turbocharged V12 engine. However, it is not yet known whether the Roadster will use the regular Huayra's engine or will use the more powerful Huayra BC's state of tune.
The Huayra is also expected to lose its signature Gullwing doors and we do wonder if Pagani will stick with regular doors or will come up with something eye-catching to retain the sense of drama that the gullwings presented every time they opened up.
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