Pagani has set to work on its final Huayra, but if you're familiar with Pagani's work, you'll know that's probably a load of rubbish.

The boutique manufacturer's first car, the Zonda, died many a time, only to be resurrected many more times as a limited run special or as one of several one-offs built for well-heeled clients. In fact, if you ask nicely and flash enough cash, you could probably still get a brand new one today.

With the Huayra, Pagani has so far built 99 examples, with the 100th and alleged final one coming in two months time. Pagani initially signed a deal with Mercedes-AMG for just 100 engines, hence the century of production examples, but what's stopping the company from extending that?

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The final car, called 'Il Ultimo', has been commissioned by Prestige Imports' CEO Brett David. The paint scheme of the car will bear resemblance to Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes Formula 1 car, in tribute the the car's AMG-sourced engine.

That engine, a 6-litre twin-turbo V12 putting out around 800bhp and 811ft lb of torque in the car's latest trim, helping it get to 62mph in less than three seconds and on to a top speed of 230mph.

Once 'Il Ultimo' is completed, Pagani's attention will turn to the Huayra's successor. That too is expected to be powered by a 12-pot AMG engine, but it won't have any of that modern hybrid or electric nonsense onboard, with that sort of stuff being reserved for Pagani's first all-electric car.

The new V12-powered Pagani will be a 'toy' that embodies pure driving pleasure, according to company founder Hoarcio Pagani, and that sounds just perfect. We can't wait to take a look – and that's all we'll be doing, there's not enough coins down the back of our sofa to cover the probable seven-figure pricetag.

Gallery: The Final Pagani Huayra Coupe