Limited to just 5 units, the Codalunga gets a comprehensive design update over the standard Huayra with revised aero and a new rear end design.
At the rear, the Codalunga lacks a grille on the rear bumper exposing the titanium exhaust system. The limited-run model also gets its own unique tail lamps. The Huayra Codalunga retains the active aero flaps from the standard Huayra which continue to sit between the light clusters at the front and rear. The Codalunga is also lighter than the regular Huayra weighing in at 1280 kg – 70 kg less.
“We made the Huayra Codalunga longer and smoother, as if it had been caressed and molded by the wind, to design lines that were even more elegant than the coupe. We drew inspiration from the long tails of the 1960s that raced at Le Mans, which had very clean lines,” said Horatio Pagani, Founder and Chief Designer of Pagani Automobili.
The cabin design remains unchanged from the standard Huayra finished in woven leather and nubuck upholstery.
Moving to the engine, the Huayra Codalunga is powered by a twin-turbocharged 6.0-litre V12 pushing out 827 bhp and 1,100 Nm of peak torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a 7-speed sequential gearbox.
Pagani hasn’t revealed as to who are the buyers or when the cars will be delivered though it has said that one unit will be certified for the North American market. The company said that the process to design and develop the long-tail was a two-year process and included building two test models – one at a 1:4 scale and the second a full-size model.
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