Pagani Huayra on the road
Named after the god of wind, the new Pagani Huayra is powered by a V12 bi-turbo 6.0-liter, AMG of origin, which develops an output of 710 kW and maximum torque CP/522 1,000 Nm. Transmission is ensured by a box with seven-speed sequential XTRAC weighing only 96 kg, is mounted transversely behind the engine.
Performance specifications have not yet been completed but initial tests showed that the new Pagani supercar Huayra, weighing 1350 kilograms, can accelerate from 0-100 km / h in 3.3 seconds and top speed is 370 km / h . Car design may not win too many fans, but Huayra was created for maximum aerodynamic efficiency. Because of this machine has four adjustable flaps that can operate independently to improve downforce when needed.
Furthermore, lightweight carbon fiber bodywork incorporates gullwing doors and more air intakes that help cool the engine. Inside, the cabin of the new Pagani Huayra is elegant, with premium leather upholstery combined with decorations made of aluminum and carbon fiber. Unlike other super-cars, Huayra infotainment system includes a touch screen and Bluetooth connectivity.
Production of the new Pagani Huayra is scheduled to begin this year and the price is expected to start from euro 1.000.0000.