Pagani Sei Design Study

Concepts

There have been a few people who don't care for the new Pagani Huayra. We at CarBuzz are not among them, but in the interest of fairness, we thought it would be good to show the design for the Pagani Sei, which is the work of designer Ardalan Farboud. Before this sparks a massive controversy, we would like to stress that this is not a real car and Pagani has no plans to make it one. So if it offends you, just relax.

What it is meant to show is an alternative route that Pagani could have taken in designing the heir to the Zonda throne. The designs call for a 4.8-liter twin turbo V8, provided by AMG, that produces a theoretical 1,200 horsepower and allows the Sei to reach 60mph in 2.9 seconds. That all sounds fine and good, but we can't help but feel that Mr. Farboud didn't manage to be quite as bold Mr. Pagani in the design department.

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