The Pagani Huayra is a mid-engine supercar that was launched by the Italian sports car manufacturer Pagani at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show and will replace Pagani Zonda as the main model of Pagani. The Huayra is powered by AMG's 6.0L dual-supercharged V12 engine for Pagani, with a maximum power of over 700 hp and a peak torque of approximately 1000 N·m. Gullard door design, wedge-shaped nose, drop-shaped glass compartment, alpaca leather seat and full carbon fiber body, integrated audio and video system and driving communication system and other multi-functional configuration, making Huayra in luxury while technology Feeling full.
At the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, Pagani officially launched the new V12 sports car - Huayra. This new car features gull-wing doors and a luxurious interior. The car will replace Zonda as the main model of Pagani, and the price will be more than 1 million euros. Huayra has the meaning of "Aeolus" in Spanish, and this continues the naming style of Zonda. It is understood that this change of Pagani Huayra is mainly for the consumer demand of the US and China markets. The top speed is 363km and the 0-100 acceleration is 3.2 seconds.