With the release of the Utopia, Pagani is commemorating 30 years of producing some of the best-performing automobiles in the world. Despite the Utopia's style having undergone six years of evolution, it is still easy to identify as a Pagani.
With elements like the swan neck mirrors and the carbon fiber HVAC tubes that arch over the dash, the design has somewhat more rounded edges and appears to have developed from the previous Huayra.
There are four genuine gauges with needles across the dash and a driver-facing digital display in the middle. The gated seven-speed manual shifter, which rises from the center console like an exquisite Italian sculpture, is the showpiece, though.
Both the seven-speed and the Huayra's paddle-shifted twin-clutch transmission, coupled to a twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter Mercedes-AMG V12, are available to buyers. The engine is capable of 852 hp and 811 lb-ft of torque. The 99 automobiles that were produced have all been sold.