Finally, some decent pictures of the Pagani Huayra!
Understandably, due to all the image leaks last week Pagani launched their new supercar ahead of schedule. This car is one of the lightest supercars in existence and is expected to cost £1,000,000. It has been confirmed that the engine is a Mercedes-AMG 6.0 litre twin-turbo V12 giving it 730 bhp.
With a softer styling than its predecessor the Zonda, the carbon-titanium build Huayra is described as ‘delicate and ethereal’. One of the most noticeable difference is that the Huayra has grown a set of swooping gullwing doors. There is much tribute to supersonic aircraft design of the 50s and 60s.
The interior is luxurious, and the attention to detail unrivalled. Swathed in golden leather, with exposed aluminium and carbon fibre and lots of gadgets. Parts of the dashboard are inspired by Swiss watches and even the keys of a clarinet, giving it a unique and bespoke feel.
Pagani Huayra video
We’re definitely becoming increasingly fond of the Huayra, though we still maintain it looks a bit fish-like. We prefer the look of it half-naked!