Can you imagine driving a Huayra Roadster coast to coast?
A hypercar isn't exactly what comes to mind when talking about coast-to-coast road trips. You'd need a comfortable, efficient, and-most important-a spacious car for such long drives. The likes of mutimillion-dollar vehicles are usually bought
This 800hp, £3.7-million tarmac terrorist packs a lot of new components
We're not afraid to admit that we're guilty of taking the mickey out of the relentless churn of special-edition Paganis. But that's only because we're incredibly bitter, jealous types. The mystique, magic, and incessant pursuit of detail
“It’s ‘how did mere humans build something this brutal’ fast”
An artillery division made of fireworks, aimed at your senses. The Pagani Huayra Roadster would still drop jaws and stop traffic if it had the engine from a VW Polo, but thanks to a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 from AMG
After months of rumors flying around, we can finally report that Pagani will be officially sold in the Philippines through the Autohub Group. The announcement was made by Willy Tee Ten himself, during a party held at the Mini Bonifacio Global City
Pagani claims 1.8G, the highest lateral acceleration "ever seen on a car with road tires." Better strap in then, ladies and gentlemen: tip your hats to the new Pagani Huayra Roadster.Actually, maybe just remove your hats entirely. Using lessons learned