• Pagani Automobili will attend the Goodwood Festival of Speed with the largest selection of automobiles in its history of participation.
  • The Pagani stand will host two Hypercars from the Grandi Complicazioni division, dedicated to special projects: the Imola Roadster and the Huayra Epitome.
  • A Utopia with a dedicated livery and a Huayra R will engage in the hill climb of the Supercar Paddock.
  • A Huayra Roadster and a Zonda Roadster will be on display at the Kinrara Enclosure.



San Cesario sul Panaro, July 2nd, 2024 — From July 11th to 14th, Pagani Automobili will return to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, one of the most renowned events dedicated to the world of motorsports. The event, held in the English county of West Sussex, gathers hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts and collectors each year in the magnificent park surrounding the Goodwood House. Pagani will participate with six Hypercars, making it the richest display in the history of its presence at the event.


On display at the Pagani stand will be two creations from the Grandi Complicazioni division: the Imola Roadster and the Huayra Epitome.

On Thursday, July 11th, at 11:50 AM local time, the official unveiling of the few-off Imola Roadster and the one-off Huayra Epitome will take place at the Pagani stand, with the participation of the Duke of Richmond.

The Imola Roadster, produced in only eight specimens, is an open-top car with distinctive flair, designed to deliver sensational performance both on the track and on the road. Road-legal for worldwide driving, it embodies the pinnacle of Pagani Automobili’s technology. The Imola Roadster results from sophisticated aerodynamic studies, which optimized air flows and body shapes to increase downforce in all driving conditions. The further evolved Pagani V12 engine delivers 850 hp at 5,600 rpm and 1,100 Nm of torque between 3,600 and 5,600 rpm. Weighing only 1,260 kg (2,778 lbs), this Hypercar embodies Pagani’s passion, elegance, and commitment to innovation.

The Huayra Epitome is a unique specimen that attests to Pagani Automobili’s commitment to taking Hypercars to new levels of prestige, innovation, and customization. Its design is focused on cleanliness and elegance thanks to a series of details created specifically to meet the sartorial demands customers address to the Grandi Complicazioni division. The novel shapes of the front and rear bumpers, the front hood with exclusive light clusters, and a new wheel arch air extraction system, along with the rear hood featuring enlarged lateral ducts and an integrated spoiler, are just some of the features that make this one-off piece a timeless example of design and engineering. To date, the Epitome is the first and only Huayra to be equipped with a seven-speed manual transverse gearbox, with a reinforced transmission system to better withstand increased torque and power and transfer all the engine’s power and exceptional responsiveness to the road. The Huayra Epitome features exclusive forged aluminum alloy monolithic wheels designed with a larger front dimension, maintaining the iconic Roadster style but with a lightweight purpose for track use, which, combined with Pirelli P Zero™ Trofeo R tires, provide outstanding grip.

Both the Imola Roadster and the Huayra Epitome originate from the Grandi Complicazioni division, which is dedicated to special projects. By nature, some technological inventions require such complex designs that they can only be manufactured in very limited quantities, sometimes even as a single unit. The world of Haute Horlogerie calls them Grandes Complications, and Pagani Automobili pays homage to this inspiration for the division dedicated to creating ultra-limited series cars, which feature technologies so complex that only a few master craftsmen can bring to fruition. This division offers endless possibilities for customization: colors, finishes, materials, and shapes are designed in total synergy with the clients, to fulfill every desire and create a completely bespoke object.


A Pagani Utopia with a dedicated livery and a Huayra R will participate in the hill climb in the Supercar Paddock.

A Pagani Utopia and a Huayra R will engage in the hill climb of the Supercar Paddock, one of the festival’s best-known events.

The Goodwood 2024 Utopia will display an exclusive livery created by Horacio Pagani with the collaboration of the Duke of Richmond to celebrate the event. The Utopia is the car that opened the third act in the history of Pagani Automobili. Limited to ninety-nine units, it is a Hypercar with sinuous lines that transcend time, in which inspiration from the 1950s and 1960s blends with a distinct unmistakably Pagani personality. It was born to be a straightforward car set on driving pleasure. Several features make it a car that goes against the trend: the interior that rediscovers the charm of analog instrumentation, the possibility of seven-speed manual transmission driving, and the choice to prioritize lightness with a V12 engine built by AMG to Pagani’s specifications.

The Huayra R is a track car developed without rule constraints, with one exception: safety. Designed to deliver uncompromising performance, the naturally aspirated Pagani V12-R engine generates 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs) of downforce at 320 km/h (199 mph), with a sophisticated active aerodynamic system that makes the Hypercar a combination of the highest level of automotive engineering and the most refined aesthetic sensibility, the ultimate expression of Pagani Automobili’s philosophy. The unique design of the headers and four iconic exhaust tailpipes make the melody of the engine unmistakable, on par with a Formula 1 single-seater from the past. A sound so engaging that it was awarded the title “Best Noise of the Year” by BBC Top Gear in 2022.

The Huayra R participates in the Arte in Pista program, a series of track experiences designed to allow Pagani Track Hypercar owners to fully experience their vehicles’ performance potential through a rich calendar of exclusive, non-competitive events held at the world’s most prestigious FIA tracks. The format offers a comprehensive experience that combines adrenaline-fueled sessions with moments of pure enjoyment, all supported by the Pagani team. This support includes a technical manager, track engineer, mechanical staff, physiotherapist, specialized nutritionist, and professional coaches, all contributing to enhancing the customers’ sports-driving skills.


A Huayra Roadster and a Zonda Roadster will be on display at the Kinrara Enclosure.

A Huayra Roadster and a Zonda Roadster will occupy a prime spot within Crossroads Corner for views of the hill climb, exhibited at the Kinrara Enclosure.

The Huayra Roadster is a car in which every mechanical component is proudly displayed, celebrating the attention to every single detail. «Everything had to be unique, like a car carved from a block of Carrara marble». This is how Horacio Pagani describes this model, an open-air homage to the God of Wind. The entire project holds a special place in the hearts of the whole Pagani team, as it represents the first instance of a roadster being lighter than its coupĂ© counterpart. An achievement that took nearly six years of development, thanks to a complete redesign of all components and the creation of new advanced composite materials, such as Carbo-Triax HP52 combined with Carbo-Titanium. These innovations enabled the team to reduce the car’s weight by 80 kg (176 lbs) compared to the coupĂ© version, while increasing rigidity by 52 percent.

The Zonda Roadster originates as an evolution of the Zonda S, bringing innovations and improvements including a complete chassis redesign, driven by the need for a convertible cabin and increased torsional and flexural rigidity. Although marketed only in 2003, it had already passed all homologation tests in 1998. The structural part includes the dashboard and rear shelf, while the speakers are placed for the first time behind the headrests and integrated into the roll bars. These serve a triple purpose: support, by connecting the cabin to the rear engine compartment; structural, to provide rollover protection; and aesthetic, as distinctive features of the Roadster variant. The wheel size increases to 19 inches, harmonizing Pagani’s design with APP tech’s aerospace-derived full-forging technique in creating the new alloy wheels.

Both the Zonda Roadster and the Huayra Roadster are now sought-after collector’s pieces that have appreciated over time and can be found in the most exclusive collections around the globe.


More information can be found at the following links


Pagani Imola Roadster

Pagani Huayra Epitome

Pagani Utopia

Pagani Huayra R

Pagani Huayra Roadster

Pagani Zonda Roadster



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