This is our first look at the silhouette of the all-new Pagani C10, the company’s successor to the Huayra, which will be revealed in full on 12th September.
In posts across social media, Pagani said this will be “a new chapter in the Pagani story,” with the unveil scheduled to take place in Milan, “a city beloved by Leonardo da Vinci, who, even today, inspires our work with his belief that art and science can walk hand in hand… A special occasion in which art, music and technology will introduce the unveiling of the next generation of Pagani Hypercars.”
What do we know about the C10? Not a lot so far, but spy shots have shown the C10’s shape and aerodynamics to be somewhat simpler than those of the Huayra, more reminiscent of the Zonda C12. There’s a decent chance this will be the last Pagani to be sold with a V12, rumoured to be a new version of the 6.0-litre, twin-turbo V12 in the Huayra, and there’s talk the car could be had with either a double-clutch automatic gearbox or a manual. For now, without anything other than a teaser image to go by, we’ll just have to sit tight until September.