It's a small world indeed. The next generation of the Italian boutique supercar, the Pagani C9, was caught on film during a pit stop at a gas station in South Africa. Looking a bit like a modern interpretation of the Batmobile, the lightly camouflaged prototype was fitted with a pair of eye-catching yellow stickers that say "Government Approved Highspeed Testing Vehicle".
From what we understand, the C9 will be powered by a new 6.0-liter bi-turbocharged V12 developed once again by Mercedes-Benz's AMG division. It is said that the twelve-cylinder engine will produce somewhere around 700 horsepower and over 1,000 Nm or 738 lb-ft of peak torque.
Horacio Pagani's latest supercar is expected to debut this fall with annual production to be limited as usual to double digit numbers at a price that very few people in this will ever be able to afford.