As for the time being, there are countless versions of the Pagani Zonda but only one for the Huayra. That may soon change as Pagani was spotted a couple of times testing a new variant of the Huayra where it seems to sport some sort of aero upgrade.
This new prototype has been spotted in the wild a number of occasions, and the latest spotting took place at the San Martino del Lago race track in Italy. Shared by YouTube user PurePerformance, this particular Huayra still has the heavy camouflage on its exterior but instead of having small spoilers on its rear, it now has a large carbon fiber rear wing.
Some suggested that the engine tone for this Huarya is also different from from the regular units, signifying some potential powertrain changes. However the details on these changes are very scarce for the time being as Pagani has yet to release any details regarding this particular Huayra. It might be a one off for a customer or even a track version of this new turbocharged V12 monster.
The Pagani Huayra is the Zonda’s successor and is powered by a 6.0-liter V12 engine developed by Mercedes-AMG. Now receiving the twin-turbo treatment, the Huayra rolls with 730-horsepower and 811 lb-ft of torque, and does a zerotohundred in 3.0 seconds with a top speed 383km/h.