Small limited series: Pagani Huayra Longtail (2022)

Pagani has a new small series at the start. There will be only five copies of the Huayra Codalunga. It should be understood that there is no business to be done here.

You’re about to read an article that will have some real money saving advice, but we’ll get to that later. First, let’s take a look at the object of potential desire. The new small series of Pagani, the Huayra Codalunga. At the request of two (presumably) loyal customers, the project was launched in 2018 and the sports carmaker is now presenting the first of up to five models. This is a long tail variant of the famous Huayra, inspired by 1960s Le Mans racers.

The drive in the back is also well known. This is where the six-liter, dual-charge V12 provided by AMG comes into play. With a live weight of only 1,280 kilos, the 840 hp should have an easy time. The rear wheels have the much more difficult task of digesting the 1,100Nm of torque. Pagani entrusts this thankless task to Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires, which here wind around 21-inch wheels.

It is also cheaper

But let’s get to the number that probably interests you the most. How much is there to put on the table for this hypercar? The sobering answer: it must be at least seven million euros and, when it comes to customization requests, the maximum limits are obviously wide open. And this is how your Pagani’s dream ends when the account balance shifts between a 9 euro ticket and a small used car. For all solvent car enthusiasts who still want to save between three and four million euros, here is the definitive tip.

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Bargain hunters among long-tail fans grab the McLaren Speedtail.

If you like the look of the Longtail more than its price, get a McLaren Speedtail. The exterior appearance of both cars is confusingly similar, but the Englishman offers the useful advantage of two passenger seats left and right behind the centrally positioned driver’s seat. Of course, the 106-piece limited model is already sold out, which means you probably won’t get any more at the original base price. In Germany, this amounted to around € 2.37 million including VAT. But first-hand used models can always be found at the relevant portals and dealers. Of course, four million euros can then be easily recalled, but keep in mind the difference in savings. But one thing is also clear: the most sophisticated saver will probably just do without their hypercar.


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Pagani delights an exclusive part of the already exclusive clientele with a new small series. Based on the Huayra note, there will be five copies called Longtail. A longtail version inspired by 1960s Le Mans racers that costs at least seven million euros.

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