The teasing game continues with the Pagani Huayra Roadster, and the latest images released by the carmaker are certainly a lot more insightful, showing us a bit more of the open-top supercar before its grand debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.

A frontal shot of a camouflaged prototype reveals a front end that appears to remain largely unchanged from the Coupe, retaining the front bumper, bonnet aero fins and headlamp design as before.

Despite the blurry image, we can make out a redesigned cockpit to accommodate the new roof structure, which looks to be a little taller than the fixed top car. A new rear section is definite based on the second image, which shows us the Huayra Roadster’s engine bay.

Compared to the standard car, the Roadster’s engine appears to feature a different design for its cooling vanes at the top, which bear the Pagani name. Other changes as seen in previous teasers include the Roadster’s modified “rear deck” and reshaped taillights.

According to company founder Horacio Pagani in separate Facebook postings, the Roadster has been given “a bit more of an edge in order to create a slightly more aggressive shape than the Huayra Coupe,” and will feature technology from the Huayra BC as well.

This could indicate the Roadster will receive a bump in power from its AMG-sourced 6.0 litre V12 bi-turbo engine, which makes 750 hp, 20 hp more than the regular Huayra. Other enhancements found on the BC include lighter components, a revised ESP system and improved aerodynamics.

GALLERY: Pagani Huayra Roadster teasers

GALLERY: Pagani Huayra