Production at company's new plant will be very, very limited.
As Pagani puts the finishing touches on its new plant, located adjacent to its current San Cesario sul Panaro headquarters, the company is offering new details regarding the availability of its upcoming Huayra Roadster. While the new state-of-the-art workshop will be capable of building up to 300 cars per year, the Roadster's production will be capped at 45 units per year in its first year of production. This number matches previous estimations, whereby the Roadster will mimic the Huayra Coupe's production cap of 100 units total.
Speaking with De Telegraaf's Autovisie, a Pagani spokesman confirmed that the new plant would be opened in September. The Roadster will be a near duplicate of its hard-top twin, offering the same monstrous twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 that produces an astounding 720 horsepower and 737 lb-ft of torque. Thanks to a removable roof panel, the Roadster should boast a curb weight that closely matches the hard-top's 2,975 lbs. Pagani is expected to pull the covers, and the roof, off of the Huayra Roadster at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2016.