Pagani C10, the new supercar heir to the Pagani Huayra, was intercepted on the road during some tests. The car in the spy photos still appears heavily camouflaged. However, it is still possible to notice some aspects of its design already. Recall that this new and awaited model will make its debut in 2022 (probably in the summer). The first deliveries should then begin starting in 2023.
The camouflage livery hides several details of the car. From what can be seen, this new supercar “fuses” various elements of the previous Pagani models. For example, the front air intakes and diffuser are reminiscent of the Huayra, while the shape of the passenger compartment is reminiscent of the Zonda. Then we note the classic “drop” mirrors. In general, it appears that the look is more edgy and aggressive than that of the Huayra.
Later we also note the particular exhaust system (4 terminals) that we find in the Pagani hypercars, centrally placed and raised. Unfortunately, the camouflage livery does not allow you to observe all the aerodynamic details of this supercar.
If we can already get a first idea about the design thanks to these new spy photos, we have already known a few things about the engine for some time. In fact, the manufacturer had long ago made it known that its new supercar would use a AMG signed twin-turbo V12 engine. Powerplant whose power should be close to 900 HP. Aspect to be highlighted, this unit will not have some kind of electrification.
The new Pagani C10 will be available with both manual and automatic gearboxes. According to what has emerged in the past, the manufacturer’s technicians have worked hard on weight containment. It will therefore be interesting to discover all the features of this model.
Production will likely be limited to 300 units. Over time, it is possible that Pagani may then propose several special editions of this new hypercar with more powerful engines and more extreme aerodynamics.
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