The Huayra is pretty much one of the most exotic supercars out there which also offers one of the most unadulterated driving experiences. And for the upcoming successor for the Huayra, Pagani aims to keep it that way by not going the hybrid way and stick to the twin-turbocharged engine sourced from Mercedes-AMG.
As for the EV, Horacio Pagani said there was no room for a self-driving Pagani at the moment but an electric Pagani was something he saw as vital. In fact, one is already being developed, the Pagani founder confirmed with about 20 designers and engineers already working on the electric car. The Huayra successor will arrive first followed by the EV which should make an entrance by 2025.