It may not seem like it, but the Pagani Huayra is already quite old. To refresh your memory, the Huayra Coupe was first introduced in 2011, nine years ago. However, it wasn't until 2017 did the Italian hypercar builder decide to chop off the roof and introduce the Huayra Roadster. Fast forward to the present, and the final Huayra Roadster has rolled off the production line with only 100 units built globally.
To pay tribute to the final car and to mark the end of production, Pagani has released a short video featuring the 100th Huayra Roadster which you can watch below.
Just like any other Pagani produced, the final Huayra Roadster is a thing of beauty. It is finished in Mamba Black exposed carbon fiber for a subtle yet aggressive touch. What sets the final Huayra Roadster apart is the rear shark fin just above the quad exhaust system which the owner says is inspired by the Zonda Tricolore. A bright yellow interior helps contrast the all-carbon exterior.
Pagani did not mention whether they upgraded the engine. But for reference, the standard Huayra Roadster already produces 764 HP and 1,000 Nm torque from its 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12, making it more powerful than the Coupe. While it might be a convertible, the open-top Huayra is also lighter than the hard-top vehicle; around 70kg less to be exact.
While the production of the Huayra Coupe and Roadster are complete, the hypercar's story is not over. Pagani will reportedly build an “R” version of the Huayra similar to the Zonda. No official details have been announced just yet, but it will supposedly make the 838 HP Huayra Imola look tame in comparison. Now, that's a Pagani we're very excited about.