Pagani Huayra: new images

Special Cars 6 Jan 2012
Pagani Huayra: new images

Pagani has released new photos and a set of design sketches of the Huayra, the V12-powered supercar that will be launched in 2013.


The successor to the Zonda supercar was presented at the last 2011 Geneva Motor Show, and featured an array of advanced technologies including a carbon-titanium monocoque and an active aerodynamics system.

Pagani Huayra Design Sketch Pagani Huayra Design Sketch

Now Pagani has published some design sketches and new photos, including exterior shots of the car on location.

Pagani Huayra Design Sketch Pagani Huayra Design Sketch Pagani Huayra Design Sketch

The Huayra – named after the God of the Wind – will be the first Pagani to be sold in the US, where it debuted at the Gordon McCall’s Motorworks Revival 2011 on August.

Check the full gallery or read our original article for more information.

(Source: Pagani)

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  1. Shane Baxley
    6/1/2012

    Bloody hell these are boring

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