The latest Pagani Huayra Roadster features a unique livery inspired by the White Gyrfalcon bird of prey.
Pagani has presented the latest hand-built Huyara Roadster to roll off the production line at Monterey Car Week to showcase the comprehensive personalization options available to clients. Dubbed the Huayra Roadster Gyrfalcon, the design of this latest example is inspired by the White Gyrfalcon, the largest falcon of its species that is known for being fast and able to cover very long distances during its flights.
Distinguishing the one-off Huayra Roadster is a white exterior finished in white like the bird's feathers complemented with exposed carbon fiber resembling the gyrfalcon's spotted black wings and bright yellow accents. Elsewhere, the painting of the hood recalls the bird's beak.
Inside, a symbol of a Gyrfalcon is embroidered into the headrests, luggage, and doors. There's also a plaque inside the car with the inscription "Gyrfalcon" and the shifter knob has been redesigned specifically to house a special Gyrfalcon coin. The owner is clearly a fan of the bird of prey, but it's a testament to the lengths Pagani will go to meet customer desires.
"These made-to-measure supercars are well-loved in North America, not only for their intense technology and beauty but also for the appreciation of passionate Italian craftsmanship that goes into making them." said Horacio Pagani. Like all other Huayra Roadsters, power is provided by a Mercedes-AMG 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 that delivers 764 horsepower and 737 lb-ft of torque.
At Monterey Car Week, Pagani also announced the opening of a new dealership in Beverley Hills and showcased a unique airplane cabin the automaker designed as part of Pagani's partnership with Airbus. Shown as a scale model, the cabin features extensive use of carbon fiber and leather throughout, just like the interior of Pagani hypercars.