The original Pagani Huayra debuted all the way back in 2011, but the car still has a lot of life left in it. The new, gorgeous Huayra Roadster made its public debut yesterday at the Geneva Motor Show, and Pagani already has the next two Huayras planned. In an interview with Road & Track, Horacio Pagani confirmed that a hardcore Huarya BC Roadster is on its way, and a new Huaraya coupe will arrive in 2020.
Pagani is currently taking orders for the BC Roadster, but it doesn't yet have a definitive timeline for the model's release–it doesn't sound like we'll see this car until 2018 at the earliest.
Mr. Pagani, speaking through a translator, told Road & Track, that the Huayra BC Roadster would be based on the standard roadster, but "with a surprise." Naturally, he didn't tell us what that surprise was.
The coupe arriving in 2020 will share similar components with previous Huayras, but damn near every part will be thoroughly revised or redesigned entirely. That's basically the case with the Huayra Roadster, which despite looking like its predecessors, is a radically different car.
Considering Pagani managed to shave 176 lbs off the coupe in creating the Roadster, we can expect really neat things from the car it'll show in 2020. Sadly, though, we won't see a Huayra with a manual transmission.
That doesn't mean the manual is entirely dead at Pagani, though. Mr. Pagani told us that many of his customers are asking for them, and he himself is a big fan of their purity. In fact, he recently bought a 911 R and was remarking at the quality of that car's gearshift. He's also a huge fan of the ultra-hardcore Carrera GT, a car which he owns and drives regularly.
So maybe the new model that follows the Huayra will have a stick. We can certainly dream.