Pagani has released its newest one-off edition based on the God of the wind and it is called Huayra Pearl.
When Pagani released the more-track-focused Pagani Huayra BC in February this year we saw a quite unusual rear wing. I do not know if you like or not but, at least, it is not more of the same. On this one-off edition, Pagani shows another amazing wing, here a pair of wings. The most flashy detail of the Pagani Huayra Pearl sits right behind the active flaps (looking from the rear) and is inspired on the Zonda S split wing design.
Furthermore, we can see a new front lip and a roof air intake, which floats behind the head of the passengers.
According to Pagani, its design team took almost a year of work incorporating parts and forms from legendary Pagani’s such as the track-only Zonda R, the new Huayra BC, and the already mentioned Zonda S.
Of course, the Pagani Huayra Pearl isn’t just about beauty it is also about function. Pagani has worked on new aerodynamic solutions tested on roads and tracks. The custom chassis improves downforce, lateral G-forces, and overall ride quality.
Although minor changes, Pagani states that the car provides a unique driving experience.