So it turns out Pagani can’t keep a secret…

With the Geneva Motor Show just around the corner, Pagani haven’t been able to keep their latest creation under wraps any longer and have revealed their Convertible Huayra.

Pagani have been dropping teasers for almost 6 years now, with the Coupe making its first appearance at the Geneva Motor Show in 2011.

The Roadster weighs 1,280kg, 80KG less than its Coupe counterpart. Impressive because typically the safety and support structures in a convertible car result in it weighing more than an equivalent Coupe model.

These weight savings have been achieved with the use of a new Carbon-Titanium composite called Carbo-Triax HP52. The use of this material means the monocoque  is a claimed 52% stiffer, meaning more precise and sharper handling. Additional savings have been made with the use of HiForg for the suspension components, with a claimed 25% weight saving in these components.

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Powering the car is an AMG developed V12 engine with twin turbos which produces a monsterous 735bhp with over 1000Nm of torque, transmitted to the wheels through a new seven-speed sequential gearbox.

Pagani have kept quiet regarding most performance figures, however we’re told to expect the car to travel from 0-100km/h in under 3 seconds.

Like the majority of modern hypercars, the Pagani Huayra Roadster features active aerodynamics, with two flaps at the front and two at the rear which work together to produce maximum downforce in corners, and minimum drag along straights.

If you’re lucky enough to be able to afford the AUD$3.5m pricetag (before tax), you’ll be pleased to know the car comes with two removable roofs. One being a Carbon Fibre hard-top with glass panel, the other comprising of fabric and Carbon Fibre for a classic soft-top look.

Better get in quick! Only 100 of these gorgeous cars are to be produced and as seems to be the case with most hypercars, many of them have pre-sold.