Get ready to be amazed - this is Pagani's latest adrenaline-fuelled supercar.
It's the latest from the maker that brought us the outrageous Zonda (and the various iterations of the same car that followed it) and then the Huayra.
This is the new £2 million Huayra Roadster that's due to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show next month. And it's outlandish but shockingly pretty.
If the incredible looks fail to get your heart pounding, taking one for a spin will guarantee that your beats-per-minute count spirals out of control: Pagani has promised 1.8G of lateral acceleration - the biggest neck-snapping surge of speed 'ever seen on a car with road tyres'.
'Personification of elegance and timeless lines': This is Pagani's latest supercar offering - the £2mllion Huayra Roadster
This incredible power is generated by a colossus 6.0-litre V12 motor.
Mercedes-AMG builds the 'M158' engine exclusively for Pagani, strapping a pair of turbos to it for good measure to up the power to 753bhp.
That mountain of grunt is then bolted to a monocoque chassis constructed from a blend of carbon fibre and titanium that keeps weight down to a smidgen under 1.3 tonnes - around the same as a Ford Focus family hatchback.
Full details of the open-top Huayra Roadster won't be available until the car debuts in the flesh in Switzerland next month, but the engine and seven-speed automatic gearbox will certainly shatter the three-second barrier for a 0-to-62mph sprint.
To cope with all that tarmac-shifting power, Pagani had to ask Pirelli to create custom tyres that wouldn't shred under the immense load.
Wrapping the 20-inch front wheel and 21-inch rear are unique PZero Corsas - we can't imagine they'll come cheap when your Huayra has chewed through the first pair.
The stunning open-top model is a more aggressive looking version of the Huayra Coupe
Just 100 models will be made and all of them have already been promised to the most dedicated Pagani customers
The key feature of the Roadster is, of course, the removable lid, of which owners will have two options.
There's a carbon fibre hard top with a glass central panel supplied with the car that can be used during the winter months, or on long treks when reduced noise is imperative to keeping you and your passenger sane. But when summer arrives you can cast the carbon roof to one side to enjoy the devastating dozen of cylinders at full chorus.
Pagani has also supplied a fabric roof scaffold that stores in the car (we can't fathom where), just in case you're caught out by a downpour mid-drive.
Each car will be supplied with a carbon-fibre panel roof that features a glass centre. That can be removed entirely to enjoy one of the most extreme open-top rides you can experience on the road
Pagani says there's also a fabric roof and scaffolding supplied with the car that can be easily attached if you're caught in a downpour without the carbon lid fitted. With the performance figures quoted, we doubt rain could even catch up with you
Elsewhere, the design is intended to look even more aggressive than the hard-top version - an impossible task, you would have thought, but one Pagani has managed to muster.
Up front is a new grille design and more aggressive wheel arches, while at the rear there are pronounced aerodynamic flicks surrounding the customary square-mounted quad-exhaust layout. It even has active aero flaps - two at the front and one at the back - to keep the car planted to the tarmac at pace.
Pagani has put a great onus on making the Roadster as lightweight as the Coupe - the monocoque chassis is made from a combination of titanium and carbon fibre
As a result, the Huayra Roadster weighs just 1,280kg - that's 80kg less than the Coupe and around the same as a Ford Focus
Mastermind behind the brand, Horacio Pagani, described the new model as a 'personification of elegance and timeless lines'.
Comparing it to the coupe model, he added: 'The Huayra Roadster was to be the rebellious sister, shapely and beautiful, but with a sharp edge for those who are careless.'
The styling at the back contains the customary square-mounted quad exhaust outlets and flared aerodynamic tips to the bodywork
Bolted behind the backrests is a 6.0-litre V12 engine built exclusively for Pagani by Mercedes-AMG
With the inclusion of two turbos, the power output is an astronomical 753bhp - enough to created 1.8G of acceleration force
Just 100 Huayra Roadsters will be built, with each one costing from €2,280,000 - the best part of £2 million.
But you're already too late if you want one - all 100 have been promised to Pagani loyalists.