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Pagani Huayra On The Track

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On: Wed, May 25, 2011 at 12:50PM | By: Chris Weiss

Pagani Huayra On The Track

Bone-rattling, V12 exclamations. Muscular, cat-like cornering and reflexes. Unforgivingly fast straightaways. Deep, high-revving, expletive-inciting action. It's all there in the latest video showcasing the Pagani Huayra. And it all looks as good as advertised. The video shows some track footage taken at the Adria International Raceway.

As we wait for the coming of the first U.S.-spec Pagani next year, it's nice to catch up with the sounds and sights of the next great multi-millionaire car. And today's four-minute clip does anything and everything but disappoint.

In case you missed its debut this winter, the Pagani Huayra is the latest Italian hypercar, pulling 700 horses out of a 6.0-liter bi-turbo V12 sourced from Mercedes-Benz AMG. That engine powers the car to 62 mph in 3.3 seconds flat and doesn't stop accelerating until 230 mph. Want to see what those type of figures look like? Jump straight to the video to make it happen.

Unlike the Huayra's predecessor—the Zonda—the Huayra has been built for sale in the United States, making it the first Pagani to travel from Italy to U.S. mansions. Last month, Pagani announced its first two U.S. dealers, one in Beverly Hills and one in San Francisco. The company is taking its U.S. expansion slowly in order to focus on hand-building each car to order, but it does have its eye on expanding to other markets around the continent. Pagani will open order books this summer and plans to start delivering Huayras next year.

Pagani has confirmed plans for a Huayra Roadster within the next few years. It is also considering a sub-Huayra model that may just brave the waters under a million dollars a pop.


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