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The Visionary Unveiling of Pagani Utopia – Horacio’s Concept of the Ultimate Hypercar

Pagani Automobili has introduced their latest hypercar. Formerly referred to as the ‘C10’ or the ‘successor to the Huayra’, it has now been officially designated as the ‘Pagani Utopia’.

Being emblematic of its name, this hypercar embodies the perfect vision of Horacio Pagani – the visionary founder of the company and a contemporary Leonardo Da Vinci.

The design of the Pagani Utopia represents a progressive advancement in the renowned legacy of this Italian brand. The recognizable front segment showcases broad wheel arches and dual headlights. It exhibits a sleek roofline with a striking shoulder profile that seamlessly integrates with the extensive rear sections. The rear end stands out with its dual taillight arrangement and the distinctive Pagani oval logo highlighting the quad exhausts at the core.

Internally, the Utopia maintains a classic aesthetic with luxurious dial-operated controls and traditional gauges. Touchscreens are not part of their style. Instead, you are presented with a meticulously designed interior adorned with premium leather, aluminum, and carbon fiber components. Unfortunately, the iconic gullwing doors have been omitted.

Powering the Pagani Utopia is a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine engineered by Mercedes-AMG. It generates 864 hp @ 6000 rpm and 811 lb-ft of torque @ 2800-5900 rpm. The engine can be coupled with a 7-speed automatic manual gearbox. Additionally, Pagani now offers a manual transmission option.

The production of the Pagani Utopia will be restricted to 99 coupes and 99 roadsters. The starting price, excluding taxes, amounts to €2.17 million.

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