This year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed is going to be a sight for the sore eyes. Amid old retro cars and electric behemoths, Pagani’s latest creation, the Huayra Codalunga could also be making an appearance. 

The $7.35 million spaceship on wheels will be joined by its siblings, the Huayra BC packed with the “Tempesta” package, the one-off Zonda R Barchetta, the Zonda R and the track-only Huayra R. Basically, you’ll have a hard time looking anywhere else apart from the Pagani stall. 

Unveiled a couple of days ago, the Huayra Codalunga is a longtail version of the Huayra and features an extended length of 360mm. As is with Pagani and its special models, the Codalunga will be limited to only five units. But if you’re sceptical about cutting the multi-million dollar cheque for the car, just wait till you hear its 840PS-powered twin-turbo V12 motor running up that hill (pun intended).   

Pagani’s Grandi Complicazioni special projects division started working on the Codalunga all the way back in 2018. Why? Because two Pagani creators asked for a long-tail version of the Huayra Coupe. If that’s not customer service, we don’t know what is. 

The idea here was simple. To create an elegant hypercar, which would not only look the part but also make the back of your hair stand while you’re driving it. Thanks to its unique design and extremely complicated aerodynamic modifications, the Codalunga only tips the scale at 1280kg! 

Along with the Codalunga, participating in the hill climb will also be the Huayra R, the meaner track-only sibling of the Huayra, with a naturally aspirated V12 motor and 850PS of power available on tap. 

The 2022 Goodwood Festival will commence today, June 23 and run till June 26 in West Sussex, UK. We’ll be bringing you all the noteworthy updates from the famous hill climb. Until then, stay tuned! 

(Image credits: Pagani)