It's been about a decade since the Pagani Huayra entered the supercar market. And since then, we've seen myriad variants with and without removable roofs. So it's high time that a new Pagani supercar show up. That's exactly what we have here, at least as far as we can tell. And it certainly appears to stick to Pagani styling tradition.
The proportions of this supercar, reportedly codenamed C10, are exactly what we've come to expect of the brand's machines. It has a short nose and long rear. It has a low grille with a support in the middle that blends into a triangular hood section. And the rear is wide with signature quad tailpipes in between the taillights.
Looking closer, we can see some subtle differences from the Huayra. The lower grille opening is, well, lower, looking more like that of the Zonda. The cabin area looks shorter in length. There aren't any apparent air intakes along the car's flanks, possibly supplanted by intakes just behind the cabin. The tail looks more Zonda-like, too. Instead of the high-set, more flowing arrangement of lights, this C10 has just two simple lights on each side in square-shaped panels.
This prototype clearly isn't quite production-ready, based on the large amount of camouflage and prototype components such as the headlights. But we'll be seeing the production model soon. A previous report said that the car will make its debut this year. It will apparently use a version of the twin-turbo AMG V12 also used in the Huayra, though this time it will be available with a manual transmission.