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Pagani Continues To Tease Huayra Roadster Ahead Of Geneva

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Pagani is pretending the Huayra Roadster leaks never happened.

We've known for a while now that Pagani is planning to release a topless version of its revered Huayra supercar. It's set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, and so to drum up some excitement Pagani has been gradually releasing some teaser shots of the Huayra roadster. This latest teaser gives us another tantalyzing look at the sought-after Roadster, and while it still isn't very revealing, it certainly has us intrigued.

It's difficult to pinpoint exactly which panel is being shown, with the shot drawing your eyes to the "Roadster" emblem embedded on a component with a swish gold finish. You can bet these teasers will become more revealing in the months leading up to its official unveil. Of course, Pagani's teasers have been tainted because we already have a pretty good idea of how the Huayra Roadster will look thanks to some spy shots and a leaked render spotted in a leaflet. We're already smitten with the redesigned Roadster, which has more striking taillights that will offer improved aerodynamics over the standard coupe, as well as a new diffuser.

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The teaser also doesn't shed any light on whether the Huayra Roadster will come with an automated folding hard top or a removable roof panel, but we're still betting on the latter. Like its hardtop sibling, power will once again be derived from a twin-turbocharged, 6.0-liter V12 AMG engine, but power output is expected to increase by around 20 horsepower, resulting in around 750 horsepower. And despite the extra strengthening required to keep the car in check, the Huayra Roadster will be lighter than the standard coupe. Expect to see more reveals in the coming weeks in the run-up to Geneva in March.