Pagani Huayra R Rendering Is a Terrifyingly Fast Taste of Things To Come

We're not here to make a top of the internet's most effervescent digital artists, but if we did that, young British pixel master Khyzyl Saleem would definitely be on the list.
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The image magician enjoys delivering Photoshop creations that can have one stare at them for quite a while and his latest visual stunt is no exception.

We're dealing with a Pagani Huayra R, the envisioned successor of the Zonda R track-confined hypercar. The current pride and joy of the Italian automaker has been given a circuit treatment with the help of extreme aerodynamic elements, with this leading the list of changes.

Then there's the murdered out take, with this making the dark Huayra a terrifying sight for any potential opponent. As for the only colored spots on the contraption, these come in the form of the Volk wheels the machine has been gifted with - actually, just one spoke per wheel has been dressed in Green.

And while this may be just a render, we weren't kidding in a title, as we're dealing with a taste of things to come. It's enough to look at the goodies Pagani has delivered throughout the course of the current year to figure out just how many special editions the Huayra is in for.

The Italian craftsmanship madness kicked off back in spring at the Geneva Motor Show, when the automaker introduced the Huayra BC. As for those who were in the market for such a velocity monster, but couldn't get their hands on one of the 20 units, Pagani gifted them with the Pacchetto Tempesta, a retrofittable kit for Huayra Coupes - here's a comparo involving all three Huayras shades one can currently find on the street.

The company has recently introduced the Huayra Roadster, but the open-air speed behemoth has only been shown to customers, with the private event also serving as the grand opening of the carmaker's new factory.

Oh, and let's not forget that the Zonda, which started it all, is alive and kicking, with various one-off models showing up from time to time. Oh yes, this is a Pagani summer.
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