Named after an ancient god of wind, the Italian supercar is the latest from one of the world’s smallest automakers, Pagani. Never heard of it? That’s because it doesn’t sell cars in the United States….yet!
The Huayra had been engineered to meet safety protocols in the U.S. And will now be sold in the United States…yeah, to the extremely wealthy individuals.
The price tag for this beauty is $1.4 million. For that you get what’s described as a carbon-titanium chassis, 700 hp 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine designed for Pagani by AMG, the performance arm of Mercedes-Benz.
With a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and a weight of under 3,000 pounds, the Huayra delivers incredible acceleration. The company claims a top speed of over
230 mph. A moveable wing with four adjustable flaps allows the car to transform its aerodynamics to suit the prevailing winds being generated by such speeds
But don’t take my word for it take a look at it for your self.
Posted by Dany L. @D_Rock_Printing