Watch Pagani Test Hardcore Huayra And Its Ginormous Wing
Pagani has been relatively quiet for the last year or so. When the Huayra hit the market in 2012, it was a marvel in both engineering and design. Even more so than the already bonkers Zonda that it was replacing. But as the Huayra grows older, so does its measly (sarcasm intended) 700-horsepower engine. That’s why Pagani is planning an even more hardcore performance version. It will be built specifically to tackle lap times and scare small children. RELATED: See More of the 720-Horsepower Pagani Huayra
Only 20 versions of the car you see here will be built. Adding to its exclusivity, only current Pagani owners will be able to purchase it—similar to the purchase procedure model of the McLaren P1 GTR and LaFerrari FXX K.
We don’t know much about it, other than it will have a massive wing fixed to the back. Some rumors are floating around of a hybrid version and upwards of 800 horsepower. We won’t know anything for sure until it makes it debut. For now, watch it take on San Martino del Lago race track in all its camouflaged glory.
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