Pagani (with the new Trofeo RS) at Goodwood Festival of Speed

Four hypercars from the Modena-based automaker take center stage. Among them is the Utopia fitted with Pirelli's new semi-slick tyres, the P Zero Trofeo RS

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Following the celebrations of its 25th anniversary in Modena, Pagani Automobili is participating in the Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2023. They are showcasing two Utopia models and two Huayra R models, which can be admired both statically at the stand and dynamically during the legendary "hill climb." In addition to the Modena hypercars, visitors will also have the opportunity to get a close look at the new Pirelli P Zero Trofeo RS tyres developed for the Utopia.



The Trofeo RS for Pagani's latest masterpiece

The Utopia capturing the visitors' attention at the Pagani stand will debut with the new P Zero Trofeo RS tyres (21" at the front and 22" at the rear), custom-developed by Pirelli. The goal is to enhance performance during spirited driving compared to the original equipment P Zero Corsa, without compromising the car's balance and the driver's feel. This achievement is also thanks to the chosen compounds; in particular, the most high-performance compound in the range has been adopted for the rear tyres, providing speed and safety on the track, as well as ease and predictability in road reactions. Furthermore, a long virtual development process was used to optimize the tyre's contact patch, offering improved grip and control. Adding to the car's uniqueness is the visible carbon fiber finish called "Dark Amber" and the inclusion of small amber "glitters." Inside the cabin, notable features include the Nabuk Sabbia and Pelle Grecale upholstery. Completing the silhouette are the four titanium exhausts, accentuating the sound of the specially developed AMG Pagani V12 biturbo engine, producing 864 hp and 1100 Nm of torque.

In the Supercar Paddock, ready for the "hill climb," there will be a Pagani Utopia equipped with a manual transmission, providing a driving experience characterized by mechanical purity. The seven-speed transverse Pagani gearbox by Xtrac is capable of transferring all the power and exceptional responsiveness of the Pagani V12 to the ground.



Huayra R, the track-focused hypercar for adrenaline enthusiasts

Also showcased at Goodwood is the Huayra R, the hypercar born in 2021, inspired by the timeless charm of Le Mans cars and the World Sport Prototype Championship of the 1960s and 1970s. The vehicle combines the highest level of automotive engineering and aerodynamic know-how with unprecedented aesthetic sensitivity.

The second Huayra R present at the Goodwood Festival of Speed will deliver a spectacle in the "hill climb," thanks in part to the roar of the 6-liter naturally aspirated Pagani V12-R engine, designed in collaboration with HWA, producing 850 hp at 8250 rpm. It is paired with a six-speed sequential gearbox with front engagements. The soundtrack of this track car is pure emotion, thanks to the unique design of the manifolds and the four iconic exhaust tips, allowing the V12-R to "sing" like a Formula 1 single-seater of the past. Such an immersive sound earned it the title of "Best Noise of the Year" from BBC TopGear in 2022.