Pagani Huayra Dinamica Evo Revealed As Exclusive One-Off

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Pagani's bespoke Grandi Complicazioni department is responsible for this unicorn.

Pagani has lifted the lid on its latest bespoke creation, which appears to be based on the Huayra Roadster BC. Called the Dinamica Evo, this extraordinary roadster is a one-of-one supercar designed for a very special customer.

The automaker hasn't divulged many details but describes the mid-engined motorcar as "a one-off with a magnetic character, created by Pagani Grandi Complicazioni to give shape to a customer's dreams." If you're not aware, the Grandi Complicazioni department is to Pagani what Mulliner is to Bentley and is capable of making any dream come true - at a cost, of course.

Pagani's one-off features a brown exterior, and while that may not sound exciting, it works beautifully with the dramatic styling. A black stripe flows over the hood and flows down the rear of the car and is highlighted by subtle gold pinstripes.


As a proudly Italian car, the gorgeous Dinamica Evo has front canards painted in the tricolore of the national flag. Multi-spoke, turbine-style wheels are finished in silver, while a large fixed wing and four exhaust pipes lend the rear of the supercar some serious presence.

Pagani knows how to craft an exquisite interior, and the cabin of the Dinamica Evo is no exception. Black leather with contrast stitching dominates the interior and is highlighted by the gorgeous metalwork that festoons the interior. The bucket seats are also trimmed in black hide bolsters, while the base and backrest feature a suede/microfiber finish with red stitching. The Italian colors appear here again.

Carbon fiber is always a big part of Pagani builds, but so are other high-quality materials. It's hard to tell, but it appears as if the flat-bottomed steering wheel and gear shifter have been trimmed in high-quality wood veneer, which is a different but classy look for the interior of an exotic car.

We assume the Dinamica Evo gains motivation from the same AMG-derived 6.0-liter V12 engine that powers the Roadster BC. In this guise, the twin-turbocharged motor serves up 791 horsepower and 774 lb-ft of torque, which should provide the topless Italian with more than enough get-up-and-go.

The last time Pagani Grandi Complicazioni worked on a hypercar, we were graced with the incredible Codalunga, a $7.4 million tribute to the longtail racers of the 1960s. Just five models are destined for production.

Next to the Codalunga and Dinamica Evo, the new Utopia (limited to 99 units) appears common. Sadly, this model is sold out too, which really isn't surprising.

Pagani hasn't said where this special vehicle is heading, but US-spec amber reflectors on the front fenders give us reason to believe a special customer from the United States will soon receive this one-of-a-kind creation. Keep an eye on your next visit to a Miami cars & coffee.


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