Pagani has some changes in the works with the upcoming end to the Huayra's production, as the brand recently revealed to Autoblog.
For now, the brand has about 29 units left to complete of the 100 unit production run for the Huayra, which will keep things busy just about until the year's end. in the meantime, Pagani's new factory is being built, and expected to be completed by mid-summer, which will be only 65 feet from the current Modena factory, which will then be used to house its research and development.
Pagani says there will be no change to its production pace, since "Exclusivity is one of our values and we want to keep it." according to spokesman Luca Venturi.
While a Huayra Roadster is coming for sure it won't be making an appearance at Geneva until next year, and it is uncertain what will replace the Huayra once the production is complete.
Venturi says there might still be a surprise coming this year and although we have no idea what it is, rumor has it that a track edition might be brewing.