The new Pagani Huayra Roadster will only make its global debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March but before that, the carmaker is continuing its teaser campaign for the open-top supercar, of which only 100 units will supposedly exist.

Anyway, one of the new teaser images shows us a glimpse of the Roadster’s rear end that has been revised from the Coupe to accommodate the removable hardtop. As you can see, the Roadster’s taillight surrounds have been revised to feature an extension at the top, likely to meet new aero requirements.

The “rear deck” also appears to be tweaked, with the bubble-like structure seemingly removed, although the blurry photo and camouflaged could be fooling our eyes. As for the other teaser, we see a U-shaped piece that features the ‘Roadster’ lettering on it, although precisely where the golden part is fitted on the car’s body is anyone’s guess for now.

Pagani’s latest model is expected to feature a removable hardtop made out of carbon-fibre, just like the Zonda Roadster before it. However, the company has yet to reveal more details about it, although various reports have stated that potential customers have already gotten up close with the Roadster long before its public unveiling.

The Huayra Roadster will likely be powered by the familiar Mercedes-AMG-sourced 6.0 litre biturbo V12 that produces 730 hp and 1,100 Nm of torque from the Coupe. Performance figures should be similar to the fixed hardtop, which performs the 0-100 km/h sprint in 3.2 seconds before hitting a top speed off about 370 km/h.