Pagani Huayra Pictures Leaked

2011 Geneva Motor Show

Only hours after Pagani released yet another teaser picture of their upcoming Zonda replacement, supposedly called the Huayra, a set of supposedly official photos were leaked online. The scanned photos came from the upcoming February issue of the Spanish-language Car Magazine. Although they appear to be real, we're still not 100 percent convinced of their authenticity. The latest supercar from Horatio Pagani features gullwinged doors, but the rest of the car looks to be a refreshed Zonda.

In other words, it doesn't look a whole lot different. If these are indeed real, then we can already say we're not too wild about the front end with its catfish-like grille. The same magazine article claims the car will cost €1 million (US $1.36 million) and will be limited to a yearly production run of just 20 units. Again none of this is confirmed, but we'll know the full details of this new Pagani at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show this March.

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