While the first production run for the Huayra (100 vehicles) may have already sold out, we don’t expect Pagani to stop making it. They’ll make a Tricolore version of it, then a Cinque, then a useless R version that is neither racing-homologated nor street legal, then they’ll have the Finale, followed by the Absolute, and so on…
The Italian automaker is known to have signed a deal with AMG for 100 engines and currently churns cars out at a rate of 45 per year – we don’t know exactly which chassis number they’re up to now, though.
However, Pagani is expected to reveal the roadster version of the Huayra at the Geneva motor show, so you’ll still have something to order if you were planning on getting a hardtop example but are now reading this.
We can only speculate as to the length of that version’s production run, but it will probably be shorter than that of the coupe.