Articles about Pagani Huayra

Mr. Pagani also confirmed the future hypercar will have an ‘alternative drive’
More details about it will be unveiled soon
Here's something else to watch out for at Monterey Car Week besides the Honda NSX Type S and the roofless Aston Martin Valkyrie. The 'Pacchetto Tempesta' is a special Huayra BC with a "range of upgrades and solutions aimed at further
Each of the 30 units to be produced will cost €2.6 million
This is the new Pagani Huayra R, which in normal automotive terms could be unenthusiastically described as the 'range-topping variant.' We're not, however, talking about a normal automotive product.So. This is the new Pagani Huayra R, also known as
A great way to be immortalized
The most extreme road-going McLaren built at the time of its launch in 2018 (which is exactly what you'd hope, given who they chose to name it after). Not the prettiest, though. The Senna's design was entirely dictated by
That Aston Martin Valhalla superbike looks sick
Carmakers building bikes isn't anything new. Japanese marques such as Honda and Suzuki have their own lines of motorcycles. If you're looking to go a bit upmarket, BMW also has a brand called Motorrad for you.That's about as
*That’s €5.5 million for each of the three cars being produced
Remember the Zonda Tricolore? Revealed back in 2010, the €1.3-million roadster was built to celebrate the 50th birthday of Italy's 'Frecce Tricolori'-the Italian Air Force's aerobatics team. Now, a decade later, Pagani has cooked up a special
Automotive excess or engineering pinnacles?
Okay, we're going to try to get through this article without mentioning the gilded age, the 1%, being rich as Croesus, or anything like that. Each time we fail, we're going to put 20 bucks in a jar. We would
Well, some are definitely more expensive than others
Horacio Pagani once told Top Gear that the Huayra was really a collection of ideas he wanted to try in the earlier Zonda, but at the time his first supercar was being designed, the material technology simply didn't exist. When the
It packs 827hp and 1,098Nm of torque
You know when a Pagani is reaching retirement when the track-focused mega-specials start to arrive. It happened with the Zonda, and now it's the Huayra's turn. Except for this new ultra-Pagani, it's not even called the
A look at the past, present, and future of Pagani
Overtaken by a burgundy Citroen Xsara Picasso. The shame.The brutal cringe-gland-rupturing humiliation of it. This is Horacio Pagani's actual, personal Zonda: chassis number 006, the very car that graced the 2000 Geneva Motor Show stand-the first supercar
An impressive and ultra-expensive collection of automotive art
Art Basel Miami is an annual event for kooky art types. Y'know, the people who see a banana from a local supermarket gaffer taped to a wall and think, 'That's amazing! I should pay $120,000 for that!' only for
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
About the brand’s local arrival and what makes Pagani cars unique and special
Italian supercars have always had a stellar reputation, but there are some among them so rare and exotic that only a select few have seen them in the metal. Take, for example, Pagani's masterpieces: the Zonda and the Huayra.Pagani is
Motorbikes, various Zondas, Huayras, and carbon fiber galore
Fancy some Top Gear Euro-trip advice? If you happen to be walking past the Pagani factory based at San Cesario sul Panaro in Modena, Italy, here's a tip: You're welcome to walk up the front door, and for a
“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
The man himself was in town for a quick visit
We got to spend some time with Horacio Pagani during his recent visit to the country. If you didn't know, it was announced last year that Pagani would be selling its cars in the Philippines. Word is orders have already been
Is this the last we'll see of the hypercar?
Boo-hoo. Pagani's 100-car run of the Huayra coupe has come to an end. But don't worry, Italy's famous artisan hypercar builder is bowing out in style with this: 'L'Ultimo.'It's a Lewis Hamilton-inspired special
The gateway to your dream car is now open
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
A work of art on wheels
My God. Would you look at that...Yeah. You know how there's a common conceit that all modern cars are boring? Well, pipe down; Pagani wants a word. Is that a standard Huayra?Is there such a thing as a 'standard'
760hp and already sold out
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
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