Named after Quechua word for "wind," the Huayra features a 6.0-liter V12 engine with over 700 hp (522 kW / 710 PS) and 1000 Nm (737 Nm) of torque.
With the Geneva Motor Show well under way, Pagani has officially unveiled the new Huayra supercar.
Named after Quechua word for "wind," the Huayra was specifically designed for maximum aerodynamic efficiency. While this causes some styling faux pas' - most notably the fish-like front end - the car has a sleek carbon fiber body that covers a carbon-titanium monocoque chassis. Additionally, the car features gullwing doors and four adjustable flaps which can operate independently to improve downforce as needed.
Like the Zonda, the Huayra has an elegant interior with premium leather upholstery, milled aluminum components, and exposed carbon fiber trim. Furthermore, the car is equipped with the latest technology including a touchscreen infotainment system and Bluetooth connectivity.
As expected, power is provided by an AMG-sourced 6.0-liter biturbo V12 engine with over 700 hp (522 kW / 710 PS) and 1000 Nm (737 Nm) of torque. It is connected to a seven-speed sequential transmission which enables the 1,350kg (2,975 lb) Huayra to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 3.3 seconds and hit top speed of 370 km/h (230 mph).
Production is slated to begin later this year and pricing is expected to start at €1,000,000 ($1,375,720).