Pagani first burst onto the scene in the dying years of the 1990’s bringing a concept that would later redefine the supercar. The Zonda was at first the “new boy” amongst established names such as Ferrari and Lamborghini with both companies not really taking much notice. Wind the clock forwards and the Pagani badge is now just as credible as that of the raging bull or prancing horse. But with the next generation of performance machines just around the corner, what can the Italian firm do to remain at the forefront? Meet the Huayra.
Set to be unveiled at the Geneva motor show in March, the Pagani Huayra is an all new car that is just a crazy as the Zonda. These early images were spotted in Car magazines spanish equivalent giving us a much needed look at the car aiming to conquer bedroom walls. Much like the Zonda its looks will divide people in that some see it as ugly and other a pantomime character that has the show to accompany the go. There is no denying that it is fantastically aerodynamic and those gull-wing doors are the icing on the cake. The detailing on the Huayra is immaculate showing how the brand has evolved into maturity over the years. It is said to cost close to 1 million euros and only 20 a year are to be produced, though that is unconfirmed.
Love it or hate it the machine will be making its V12 howl heard for a good time to come.