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Pagani C10 Teaser Revealed More Astonishing Design

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Pagani recently unveiled another sneak peek of its upcoming Huayra successor. The latest preview provides additional insights into the exterior and interior of the new hypercar.

The Pagani C10 is scheduled to be revealed in Milan, Italy, on September 12, 2022. Reports suggest that the production will be limited to 99 coupes and 99 roadsters, with deliveries anticipated to start in 2023.

The new teaser offers a preview of the car’s front clamshell, headlamps, and the updated tail lamp configuration. It also highlights an H-pattern shifter, signaling a departure from the typical transmission style of the Huayra.

Sources indicate that the C10 will be equipped with an AMG-sourced twin-turbo V12 engine. In a departure from its predecessor, the new model will come with a traditional manual transmission option.

Initial concept images of the Pagani C10 were leaked as early as January 2022. Since then, there have been revisions to the design. Last month, a prototype was sighted on the road, providing a closer look at the near-production version of the C10.

Aside from the anticipation surrounding a new Pagani model, enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the official name of the car, which has not yet been disclosed.

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