Wednesday, February 16, 2011 6:27PM - By Chris Weiss
We had heard that Pagani was making its all-new Huayra compliant with U.S. regulations, and now it’s official: the Italian supercar-maker will be sending the gullwinged Huayra our way. If you haven’t been following, that will make the Huayra the first Pagani to be sold in the States–the Zonda didn’t comply with U.S. regulations.
The Huayra, which will debut next month in Geneva, will make it here sometime later this year.
Friday, January 28, 2011 5:39PM - By Chris Weiss
In all the Pagani hub-bub earlier this week, I missed one of the most important parts: a video that gives a close-up of the Pagani from inside and out. It shows details that you don’t quite get from the pictures.
The video was put up by Evo magazine. It shows the air flaps in action and provides some engine audio–audio loud enough to scare a rather fierce looking German shephard.
We detailed the Pagani earlier this week, so now all that’s left to do is hit “continue” and watch the video. [via Carscoop]
Friday, January 21, 2011 8:04PM - By Chris Weiss
Pagani had things going just the way it wanted. The world was on the edge of its seat waiting for the new flagship. We didn’t even know what it’d be called, let alone a single solid detail. Pagani was toying with us with its unnaturally unrevealing teasers. And then…BAM. A leak brings the details Pagani wasn’t ready to show.
Monday, January 17, 2011 5:38PM - By Chris Weiss
Pagani has released the third of five teaser videos of its upcoming Deus Venti (or maybe Huayra) supercar, a little piece it calls “Shape of the Wind”. As would be expected in any teaser video series, the latest video provides the most intimate (though still entirely vague and inadequate) look at the car, showing such elements as the steering wheel and wheels.
Pagani will debut the Mercedes AMG V12-powered Deus Venti at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Hit the jump for the video.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011 5:49PM - By Chris Weiss
A new report out of Italy today indicates that Pagani may be replacing the codename ‘C9′ with the production name ‘Huayra’ for its new supercar. The automaker registered the name and is believed to be positioning it for its next-gen supercar. The name follows in Pagani’s tradition of naming cars after South American winds, as it means “wind” in a native Andean language called Quechua. It doesn’t roll off the tongue like ‘C9′, but it’s definitely more interesting.
Whatever it’s called, the new Pagani is expected to be a 700-hp beast that should debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. [via AutoBlog]