Pagani today confirmed on its social media outlets that its next car, the much-anticipated C10, will be unveiled on September 12.
“Milan, 12 September 2022: A new chapter in the pagan story unfolds at C10,” the company wrote in a Facebook post today. “In one of Leonardo da Vinci’s favorite cities, which still inspires our work today with his belief that art and science can go together, we will unveil the next generation of pagan hypercars.”
In addition to the message, the company also shared a sketch of the C10 written by Horacio Pagani, the company’s founder. Although it reveals only a limited amount about the car, it features a familiar fighter jet-style canopy and powerful haunches.
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We recently saw a prototype version of the car test on public roads in Italy. Still in disguise, the car certainly looks different than the Huawei but has a familiar resemblance. On the back, it has a quad tailpipe setup as seen in previous brand designs. Long, low and wide, the car is every bit the mid-engine hypercar you can expect from an automaker.
The engine, Pagani confirmed, will be a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 supplied by AMG that will be combined with a manual or automatic transmission. Despite being powerful, the Pagani refrained from giving the engine more than 888 hp (662 kW / 900 PS), focusing instead of losing weight, which meant it would have no electrical support.
Pagani is expected to start delivering C10 to customers in 2023. A leaked document from the brand states that the reservation fee for a build slot was € 300,000 ($ 316,215), although you’ll be lucky to get it even if you jump. Cash because it is expected to make only 300 of these cars.