While the ageing Pagani Zonda continues to be spawn one-off editions and special edition models, the Huayra has yet to get any special treatment. This is about to change soon, as according to certain reports coming out of Europe, Pagani is working on a track-focussed Huayra that would go by the name, ‘Nurburgring Edition.”
Since, Pagani has not gone official about the Huayra Nurburgring Edition, details are scarce at the moment, but we hear that the Limited Edition will be restricted to only 15 to 25 units worldwide - making it one of the rarest super cars ever created. The track-focussed Huayra is expected to sport some serious aerodynamic kit consisting of a re-worked front fascia, a massive rear differ and a huge rear wing on the edge of its rear hood. Interior changes will most likely include, FIA-compliant racing seats and harnesses, race-spec steering week and even a roll cage.
As is the case with most track-prepped cars, the Huayra Nurburgring Edition will go on a severe weight reduction campaign with a modified chassis and the body to lose more than just a few kilograms. At the heart of the supercar will lie the massive 6.0-litre, V12 engine that is capable of putting out 740PS of max power and a colossal 999Nm of peak torque. The 0 to 100 kmph mark is reached in 2.6 seconds flat.
Apart from the Nurburgring Edition, it is also speculated that Pagani is planning to build 110 Huayra Coupes and 110 roadsters, which we reckon will be followed by a bevy of special edition models and one-offs.