Geneva 2011: Pagani Huayra Is Even Hotter In Red

Pagani is showing two different Huayra supercars in Geneva – one finished in red and the other in champagne metallic. Both cars look amazing, though the red one clearly draws more attention.

The Huayra is named after ancient Quechua word and means “wind”. Power comes from an AMG sourced 6.0 litre biturbo V12 engine with over 700bhp and 737 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a seven speed sequential transmission, enabling the Huayra reach 62mph in 3.3 seconds and hit a top speed of 230mph.

Other highlights are premium leather upholstery, exposed carbon fibre trim, gullwing doors and four adjustable flaps which can operate independently to improve downforce as needed.

Prices are expected to start from around £1000,000.


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