If you were hoping for the Pagani Huayra Roadster to debut next month at Geneva, there’s some bad news.
Following up on yesterday’s report that the Huayra has complete sold out, Autoblog is now reporting that the Italian automaker won’t be debuting the long-rumored Huayra Roadster at next month’s Geneva Motor Show. According to Pagani spokesman Luca Venturi, the convertible version of the supercar isn’t ready to be unveiled this year and will likely make an appearance in 2016.
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But it’s not all bad news from the company as Venturi promised that Pagani does have a surprise coming before the end of 2015. Rumors of a more hardcore Huayra is taking shape and it makes sense especially if Pagani is seeking to set a record on the ‘Ring. As for the current Huayra’s production, the company is assembling the 71st of 100 vehicles and should take the rest of this year to finish its production run.
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