Pagani Huayra Supercar Makes Its Web Debut

No more teasers and leaked images! Pagani Huayra, the one million euro supercar that replaces Zonda is finally revealed in its full glory.

The Huayra – a “God of Wind” took seven years to develop and is the first Pagani homologated for the US. The all-new monocoque is carbon-titanium, while the body is constructed from carbon fibre, including the gullwing doors. The reason Pagani used titanium is to allow it to flex in case of impact.

Thanks to extensive use of carbon fibre, the Huayra weighs just 1350kg – Very impressive considering the Huyara is larger and features more safety equipment than the Zonda.

The Huayra is powered by an AMG sourced bi-turbo 6.0-litre V12 with 700bhp and 664 lb-ft of torque in the standard configuration, and 730bhp (811 lb ft of torque) in the Sport version. The power is transmitted to the wheels via seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, that weighs 96 kg. The full exhaust system on the Huayra weighs just 10 kg!

The interior is designed to be more comfortable and luxurious compared to the Zonda, with more cabin space, a touch screen sat-nav and Bluetooth.

Pagani has not released final performance numbers yet, but claims the Huayra can hit a top speed of 230mph and acceleration from 0-62mph comes in 3.3 seconds.

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