2014 Pagani Huarya

The Pagani Huayra is a fascinating hypercar produced by the brilliant and respected car company Pagani. Horacio Pagani, the man who envisioned the production of this fantastic car, took over seven years to design and produce it. With the death of the Zonda-Pagani’s first car, this successor is a very different car. The sound that erupts from the exhaust is meant to resemble the “God of the Winds,” as the Huayra is named after Huayra-tata, a god that the ancient Incans believed in. Different than the howl coming from is predecessor, the twin-turbo Mercedes-AMG derived V-12 has a much different tone. The car is loud, yes, but it has a much more subtle tone-the main noise erupting from the exhausts coming from the turbo intake rather than the engine itself. The Huayra boasts significant upgrades from the Zonda, including active aerodynamics, increased horsepower, and decreased weight. The interior of the Huayra is EVEN MORE ridiculous, with amazing buttons and systems that one would see in a futuristic world. Enjoy this video by Motor Trend, as Jonny heads to Modena to drive one of the most expensive cars in the world!


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