Pagani Huayra Successor to be unveiled at 2019 Geneva Motor Show?
We know that Pagani is working on a Huayra successor, which is slated to go into production in 2020. But, when are they going to unveil it to the public?
Renowned supercar collector Kris Singh (Instagram: @lamborghiniks) has some insider information, which sadly, is still embargoed. In an Instagram post uploaded yesterday, Singh, who has strong ties with Pagani, indicated that the brand will launch a new car at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. While he refuses to reveal any more information, we believe that the car being teased may not be the Huayra BC Roadster but something more special.
Two things for Tuesday – 1. Pagani Rules. 2. Geneva 2019 is a show you do not want to miss. ???????????? #PaganiRules _______________________________________________________ #TheGameWillOfficiallyBeOver #SorryToMyFriends #FindANewHobby #Pagani #LaMonzaLisa #MacchinaVolante #Huayra #Zonda #HuayraBC #HuayraRoadster #WhatNext #Geneva2019 #GIMS2019 #HoracioPagani #TheGreatestCreation #DropTheMic #GameOver #SorryNotSorry #YouGuysThoughtYouWereInTheGame #IJustLetYouPlay #KrisSingh #BLESSED PS what is this about? Sorry, but no further information will be shared. If you can, don’t miss the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. @gimsswiss
The fact that this is being posted a whole eight months prior to the 2019 Geneva Motor show says much about the significance of the car. While the BC Roadster is a special car in itself, the supercar community is well aware of its development and it’s no news that Pagani is going to launch the car sooner or later. Singh has no reason not to talk about the BC Roadster. Since, he isn’t ready to talk about the car in question, it’s more likely to be the Huayra replacement. Also, by revealing the car to the public in 2019, Pagani is following the same launch schedule as the Huayra, which was unveiled in 2011 and went into production a year later.
Koenigsegg has already confirmed that it will unveil the Agera successor at the Geneva Motor Show next year. If Pagani is indeed bringing the Huayra replacement to the same event then, as Kris Singh says, Geneva 2019 is a show you do not want to miss.