Pagani boss Horacio Pagani has confirmed that a team of 20 people work on the hypercar of the company’s EV, which is due by 2025. A new model with the option of a manual gearbox is also on the horizon.
In an interview with the Argentine TELEVISION of the company El Tres, Pagani has revealed that until the client requests to internal combustion engined cars falls, his company will always offer you, but that the brand is going to release its first EV by 2025.
In addition, a news site Autodato reports that the Pagani is the development of another model, a successor to the Huayra. This will continue to use Mercedes-AMG power, with a twin-turbo V12 that will be the essence only, instead of a half-step in the electrification of a hybrid system.
This second model offers you the choice between Pagani current manual control of the automatic transmission and a full manual box, as a consequence of the increasing demand of customers for the latter. Porsche has also given in to customer pressure to offer a manual on its high-end models, after years of offering only PDK-equipped cars.
Pagani has rejected the idea of autonomous driving technology in its cars, saying they are “toys” that car owners only when they want to.
Pagani has always produced one model at a time – first the Zonda and now the Huayra â€“ and it is expected that the electric car, which will fight against the competition of Rimac and hypercars of the general public, the manufacturers of the industry turns to electric energy will be produced alongside the new internal combustion engine model.
Pagani last year launched a catering service for its cars and follows the model of Rolls-Royce, Porsche, McLaren and Aston Martin in offering more tailored options for its cars, with the increase of individuality to the customers and meet the demand of the options implemented in response to requests.
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