Forget pragmatism – this one-off bespoke Huayra Dinamica Evo build exudes sheer exhibition and bundles innovative technology with classic Italian excellence in the form of a shiny, burgundy-colored paint job.
Last year, Pagani’s Grandi Complicazioni – the company’s “special projects” wing – stunned the market with its retro-style, ultra-aerodynamic longtail Huayra build, the Codalunga. It’s 2023, and the Italian powerhouse is making headlines again with its undeniably cool, one-of-one Roadster dubbed the Huayra Dinamica Evo.
Unfortunately, as detail-oriented as Pagani is, the only specks of information revealed about the machine are a brief catalog of flashy interior and exterior photographs and a short brief about how the project is a culmination of technical prowess and “magnetic character”.
Meticulously crafted for what we can assume is a considerably wealthy client (considering the base price for the Pagani Huayra BC Roadster is around $4 million), the Dinamica Evo features a subdued purplish brown exterior with a contrasting thick black racing decal running straight through the middle of the body and accentuates with bright gold and milky white detailing along the chassis.
Our favorite design factor? The minute detailing on the steering wheel brings a sense of hushed opulence to an otherwise classical and overlooked feature.
As if the hypercar’s sleek, streamlined build wasn’t stylish enough, the splitters on either side boast a series of green, white, and orange stripes to remind onlookers where this mechanical masterclass comes from. This tri-color theme persists throughout the interior of the car, as photos show black leather racing seats complemented with orange lattice-pattern and green, white, and orange dots lining the spine.
A few cosmetic differences separate this one-off from the Huayra BC Roadster base model. However, the AMG-sourced twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V-12 engine is anticipated to remain in place, and the vehicle’s specifications are expected to impress reviewers, like most of Pagani’s creations. The car community notes visual changes in the rear spoiler, an upgraded upper air intake, and even the rearview mirrors taking on a more elongated design than in the rest of the Huayra.
It’s always a delight to report on Pagani’s advancements in the automobile space, and this one-off raises the bar. Teasing photographs is an effective way to gain the attention of prospective buyers, but the minute Pagani releases a mini film driving convertible through the winding Italian alps, we’re sold.
Keep your eyes peeled for the extraordinary projects coming out of Pagani’s Grandi Complicazioni. The future is coming!
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