Pagani Huayra supercar makes officical release of its latest photos

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After much anticipation and a series of teaser videos that only show parts of the car, the Pagani Huayra supercar finally made its first official full appearance in digital format. The new supercar’s design cues resembled much of the past, present and futuristic looks.

It had taken five years to complete the style of this supercar. Overall, the design of the Pagani Huayra supercar looks like stingray with large air-duct opening in the front fascia and a set of gullwing doors. Pagani states that the appearance is inspired by “eternity element air”, but we have to say that it looks more like a giant stingray gliding through an earthly cosmic ocean.

The Pagani Huayra supercar weights in under 3,000 pounds with the use of carbon fiber body and frame, and it is powered by the Mercedes-Benz AMG-built 6.0-liter bi-turbo V12 engine. It is capable of  unleashing over 700 horsepower and 740 pound-feet of torque through a seven-speed dual clutch transmission.  The supercar claims that it is capable of clocking in 230 miles per hour top speed.

Much like the the interior design of the Bugatti Veyron, the interior of the Pagani Huayra is super luxurious. You will find the cockpit is outfitted with shiny aluminum, leather and carbon fibre materials everywhere. The aluminum instrument panel was designed with a Swiss watch inspiration, which includes a central multi-function display that provides vital driving information and can also control audio, navigation and other communication devices.  And while the aluminum center console has push buttons for controlling the heating and air conditioning.

Simply, the Pagani Huayra supercar is ahead of its class in the luxury supercar segment, but we will have to see how well it performs against the other supercars in real situations. Stay tuned as we have more details when the Pagani Huayra hits the tarmac.

  • WBC

    Anyone who would buy a car that is too valuable to actually drive has, by definition, too damned much money.