Pagani has officially ended production of the Huayra Roadster, with the final example having recently rolled off the assembly line.
The 100/100 supercar is being celebrated on the company’s official social media channels in a rather emotional video, with a testimony from the owner, who fell in love with the brand many years ago.
Boasting exposed carbon fiber on the outside, as well as a rear fin inspired by the Zonda Tricolore, the last Huayra Roadster has bright yellow trim in the cabin. However, there are no two identical cars, as each was “highly customized according to the personal taste of the owner”, as Pagani notes, “and this one is exceptional”.
Unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, the Huayra Roadster followed in the footsteps of the Coupe. Despite the open-top cockpit, it was 80 kg (176 lbs) lighter than its fixed-roof sibling thanks to the Italian automaker’s expertise and increased use of carbon fiber.
With the 0 to 60 mph (0-96 km/h) acceleration taking less than 3 seconds, this is one of the quickest cars money can buy. The Mercedes-AMG-developed twin turbocharged 6.0-liter V12 produces 764 PS (753 HP / 561 kW) and 1,000 Nm (738 lb-ft) of torque, and it drives the rear wheels through a seven-speed automated-manual transmission.
On a related note, Pagani will lift the curtain for the Huayra R, a more track-focused variant of the hypercar that will reportedly have more than 900 HP, on November 12.