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If there is one thing that Pagani Automobili and Fiat have in common, it is the fact that they are Italian companies that build and assemble vehicles. There is currently no connection between the two companies or the two Italian brands. However, a one-off sports car project is serving as a bridge between Pagani and Fiat, at least visually.
Here is the new Pagani Huayra Lampo, a one-off creation that was born from the collaboration between Pagani and Garage Italia Customs. No, the Pagani Huayra Lampo didn’t come into existence as a project between Pagani and Fiat. However, the new Huayra Lampo wraps itself in a retro theme heavily inspired by a Fiat of the 1950s. This Fiat vehicle -- the 1954 Fiat Turbina -- was very well known despite never coming out of production and remaining as a concept car.
Fiat introduced the Turbina in 1954 as an engineering concept that makes use of a gas turbine for propulsion power. The Turbina was known for employing a mid-mounted powerplant with three different turbines: two serving as compressors for the third turbine, which propels the wheels. This engine delivers 300 hp (220 kW) of max output, enough to allow the Fiat Turbina to reach a top speed of 155 miles per hour. Furthermore, the Fiat Turbina has a very low coefficient of drag value of 0.14 Cd, a record it held for 30 years. But Fiat had to discontinue the Turbina because it consumed too much fuel and had issues with overheating. The 1954 Fiat Turbina, however, continues to exist to this day, living in retirement at the Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile in Turin, Italy.Read the entire article Pagani Huayra Lampo is a retro one-off model dressed in Fiat Turbina livery
A new Pagani Huayra BC has just arrived in the United States and its delivery was taken by a rich client who goes on Instagram as “Sparky18888.” The new owner of this particular Huayra BC is definitely a fan of Pagani, as he already has a similarly named Huayra (The King) in his garage.
Sparky18888 – who described himself as an owner of various exotic cars – christened his new Pagani Huayra BC as “Kingtasma.” This nickname was purely evident on the gold crowns under each of the aero flaps located on the rear end of the Huayra BC. Its regal stature was also evidenced by the fact that this hypercar from Pagani features a large part of its body wrapped in red carbon fiber. This elegantly dynamic finish is further accentuated by red pinstripes on the side skirts and on the engine bay as well as around the cabin.
Other distinctive elements found on The King of Sparky18888 are the three colors of the Italian flag “Il Tricolore” (green, white and read) and a host of carbon fiber-clad parts. The Huayra BC badge at the rear end of Kingtasma is finished in red.Read the entire article Red carbon-fiber Pagani Huayra BC dubbed the Kingtasma arrives in the US
It’s not a bird. It’s not a plane. It’s Kris Singh’s blue carbon flying machine! Time stood still for a few minutes after the extremely rare Pagani Huayra BC Macchina Volante landed on Miami last weekend. Known to fellow car enthusiasts as @Lamborghiniks on Instagram, Singh went over to the airport on Friday to take delivery of his very unique blue carbon Pagani. Ladies and Gentlemen, meet the 12th Huayra BC.
To bear the Pagani Huayra BC Macchina Volante badge, the vehicle is required to live up to its heritage, history and inspiration. After all, the name stands for Mr. Horacio Pagani himself (CEO and Founder of Pagani Automobili), BC for Benny Caiola (the famous Italian car collector) as well as the great Italian polymath Leonardo da Vinci, Pagani’s source of inspiration behind the name Macchina Volante.
As we sifted through Singh’s earlier Instagram posts, the Miami-based car collector recounted the story behind the Machinna Volante (or the flying machine). The name was undeniably inspired by da Vinci’s fascination for designing and building a machine that would allow man to take flight. Being the artist with a very sophisticated mind for his time, da Vinci incorporated wings onto his flying concepts just as he imagined how winged animals such as bats, birds and the like would flap their wings to fly.Read the entire article Kris Singh takes delivery of his gorgeous Pagani Huayra BC Macchina Volante
It’s pretty neat if you possess something of an extraordinary breed like, say, the Pagani Huayra. There are after all just a total of 100 units ever been built by the exotic car manufacturer. As with every new Pagani supercar, each client can collaborate with the team to help create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece -- where science meets art. Out of the 100 examples however, there are actually two right-hand-drive Huayra’s that came out as part of their deal with Mercedes-AMG— the company that supplied its engine.
For those who have been wondering what happened to the two RHD Huayras, well, a UK dealer has recently listed the exclusive supercar for the price of $2,360,410 (that’s equivalent to £1,849,990 in the UK). On the listing, the dealer said the car comes in the same factory color (Dubai Red) with exposed carbon fiber and glossy top coat protective film. The set of wheels on the other hand is specified to come in silver finish.
Elsewhere, the Dubai Red Pagani Huayra is fitted with black leather for most of its interior finishing. For contrast, the dark surface feature aluminum trims, naked carbon fiber accessories and red stitching to match the black leather upholstery.Read the entire article Rare Pagani Huayra RHD could be yours for a handsome price of 2.37 million USD
Getting to own a Pagani, as we already know, is not a commonplace thing. However, the Pagani Huayra Benny Caiola (BC), by far, is the finest model in its history. It’s partly because it’s the first to ever come out with a series of advanced technologies that no other Pagani owners have seen before. In fact, the new features on the Huayra BC have yet to become available in Pagani’s future supercar lineups.
Under the hood, the Huayra BC comes with a 750hp and 737lb-ft of torque twin-turbo V12 engine, which was exclusively made for the Italian marque courtesy of Mercedes-AMG. Based on the specs, this V12 engine is paired to a 7-speed AMT (or Automated Manual Transmission). According to Pagani, the latest electronic active differential along with the new gearbox on the Benny Caiola is almost 40% lighter than the current Huayra’s dual clutch transmission.
With the Geneva Motor Show happening at the moment, there are other exciting things that’s been going on Instagram. Apparently, an outlandish green and orange Pagani Huayra BC has lately been delivered to its wealthy owner.Read the entire article Pagani Huayra BC in green carbon and bits of orange is impressive
To hell and back. Sometime in July 2016, a drunk driver in Paris ran into a beautiful Pagani Huayra Pearl and caused a total wreck. This was one of the worst tragedies that have ever occurred in the world of supercars. There was a brief moment of odd silence. And teardrops. But the aftermath of this event brings about new a perspective, mainly from the man behind the wheel, the drunk driver and the restoration engineers.
Barely a year after the incident Paris, Horacio Pagani, founder and CEO of Pagani Automobili was able to work his magic on the wrecked car and brought it back to life. With the help of his people, the Pagani Huayra Pearl is not only back to its original form but it has also received some upgrades. Yes, it reincarnated into an even more beautiful Huayra Pearl with Benny Caiola elements to boot. The restored supercar now bears certain characteristics from the latest Huayra BC, the Zonda R and the Zonda S all at the same time. Indeed, Pagani has combined art, science and technology with its form and function.
To highlight this, Pagani released a video clip of the fully resurrected Huayra Pearl--- all bright and sparkly. Do take note that this 2-minute clip doesn’t depict the unspoken story of what the almost-dead Huayra Pearl had gone through in the last several months. Of course, the hours spent in putting it back in shape must have been grueling.Read the entire article Pagani releases video clip of fully restored Huayra Pearl
Italian car maker Pagani Automobili had been involved in a teasing game about the open-air version of its Huayra. But now, the game is over, and Pagani is heralding another era in its fancied history with the arrival of the new Pagani Huayra Roadster.
In its Facebook page, Pagani finally revealed the new Huayra Roadster, and it is nothing short of stunning and mesmerizing. The Italian carmaker posted a number of images of the roadster version of the Huayra, but didn’t provide details about its performance. Since January, the Italian company has been dropping delicious details about the roadster version of the Huayra. One of these announced the carmaker’s intention to reveal the Pagani Huayra Roadster this year, specifically at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show in March. Thus, we could expect Pagani to properly debut the Huayra Roadster in Geneva, while providing more details about its specs and performance.
The carmaker continued posting more images as well as details about the new Huayra Roadster. It also disclosed that the roadster version of the Huayra will feature more edges for a more aggressive shape than the coupe version. In addition, the company remarked that all the technologies employed in the Pagani Huayra BC – which it described as an incredible piece of engineering – would be eventually employed in the Pagani Huayra Roadster.Read the entire article Pagani introduces lighter and more powerful roadster version of Huayra hypercar
Usually, when a carmaker releases teasers about an upcoming vehicle or concept, the details provided are few and sometimes vague. That was what we first thought when supercar maker Pagani Automobili commenced teasing the roadster version of the Pagani Huayra supercar.
Since last month, the Italian company has been dropping delicious details about the roadster version of the Huayra. These small yet thought-provoking details were posted at Pagani’s Facebook page. One of these details announced the intention of the carmaker to reveal the Pagani Huayra Roadster this year, specifically at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show in March. Along with the post is a shadowy image of the roadster’s grille and part of its camouflaged hood.
Pagani continued posting more images and details about the Pagani Huayra Roadster. The carmaker even said that the roadster version of the Huayra will have more edges to give it a more aggressive shape than the coupe version. The latest of these posts showed an image of a camouflaged Pagani Huayra Roadster being taken to a drive. Along with the image, Pagani said all the technologies employed in the Pagani Huayra BC – which it described as an incredible piece of engineering – would find their way into the Pagani Huayra Roadster.Read the entire article Upcoming Pagani Huayra Roadster to have similar specs as the Huayra BC
This month has seen two of the most heart-breaking scenes in the automotive world; and by heart-breaking we mean limited edition cars in a catastrophic state after a crash. Ouch.
First off this month was the unfortunate crash of one of the seven Koenigsegg One:1s at the Nurburgring. It wouldn’t be a surprise because accidents to tend to happen a lot at the Green Hell but what’s so sad about this unfortunate event is that the car that was seen tumbling, rolling over and crashing into a fence was just one out of the seven of its kind. Yes, the One:1 is a limited edition model which is why it is also understandable why this accident was so upsetting.
There were no reported fatalities which is good news, but the car did receive serious damages. Hopefully, Koenigsegg fixes the lapses on their system. We’re also crossing our fingers that they can still fix the car to look good as new or even better.Read the entire article Pagani Huayra Pearl is the Second Rare Hypercar Annihilated Within One Month
When you’re a famous celebrity or athlete, a few things come easy to you – especially cars. We’ve got several celebrities and athletes who are known to own some of the world’s most expensive cars: there’s Steven Tyler with his Hennessey Venom GT Spyder, and then there’s Kim Kardashian’s $187,000 Ferrari F430, Nicolas Cage’s Ferrari Enzo, and David Beckham’s $407,000 Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead.
It seems like money does come easy for these people who have gigs and paid endorsements, particularly more so for popular athletes so it’s no surprise that they are able to buy the vehicles that most of us could only afford to see in pictures.
However, there will always be unforeseen circumstances that will happen even when you’re a celebrity, athlete, a famous businessman, a politician or an ordinary person and road accidents are one of those circumstances. In 2008, famous football (or soccer, as what it is called in the U.S.) player Cristiano Ronaldo, lost control of his brand-new Ferrari 599 GTB while cruising along a dark tunnel. The left side of the car was in total wreck – its left wheel gone and hood in a total mess. But since the vehicle was a Cristiano Ronaldo car, the wreckage never stopped it from attracting buyers on eBay France. The car was up for grabs for €50,000 with only 1,800 miles on the clock.Read the entire article Pagani Huayra crashes in Nike’s newest ad featuring Cristiano Ronaldo [w/video]
Where there are superheroes, there are also supercars. Well, these things don’t really have special levitation powers (although we’re crossing our fingers that one will soon be made) or have laser beams shooting out of its exhaust but these things sure are more powerful than any other kind of car. Supercars are more than just the average sports cars flaunted on the streets of L.A.
This term is used for “unusual, high-end vehicles” and cars that fit any of the following categories: limited-edition specials from big names in the industry, standard-looking cars that have been modified to become powerful performance beasts; models from small manufacturers that are appealing to enthusiasts, and last but not the least, project vehicles (usually heavily tuned muscle cars and grand tourers with the latest “streetable” racing technology). So basically, supercars are high-performance mean machines that can be pitted against an aircraft and can most probably compete with Clark Kent.
There are various players in the quest for supercar supremacy. There are those that come from big names in the industry such as the “technological wonder child” Ferrari, the bad ass Lamborghini, and of course, the “sophisticated gentle man” Aston Martin; and then comes the new guy in the block – Pagani.Read the entire article Sub-zero testing of Pagani Huayra BC is set in Sweden
Aside from prices that have zeros far too many than our bank accounts can ever have, these five hypercars were featured by supercar owner and enthusiast Salomondrin’s YouTube channel in his video “Hyper 5”.
And now, to pay tribute to Salomondrin’s “Hyper 5”, we bring you a list of the worst crashes that have ever happened to these five hypercars. But be warned, this is not for the faint-hearted hypercar lover.Read the entire article Top 5 HyperCrashes: Things That Make You Go ‘Ohh. Ouch.’
Debuting at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show is the all-new 2017 Pagani Huayra BC, the company's latest offering and certainly its most technologically advanced and most powerful offering to date. It follows the steps of its predecessor in offering a truly performance-focused car experience.
The 'BC' in the name is the initials for Benny Caiola, the person who inspired Horacio Pagani when he was still starting his company by showing his belief in Pagani's talent in design as well as expertise in car technology.
Benny was so impressed by Horacio's passion in his car designs that he is the first buyer of a Pagani car. The Huayra BC is primarily designed for track performance, a continuation of its predecessors – the Pagani Zonda R and the Zonda Cinque – known for their 'track focused' characteristics.Read the entire article 2016 Geneva Motor Show: 2017 Pagani Huayra BC is lighter and more powerful
Floyd Mayweather has revealed his intention to purchase an Aston Martin One-77 and a Pagani Huayra. This acquisition is expected to almost double the current value of his collection following his planned retirement from the world professional boxing.
These two supercars have already been transported to Fusion Luxury Motors, which is where Mayweather has bought all the cars on his collection. In an interview with TMZ, Obi Okeke shared that Mayweather’s car collection is currently valued at $16 million and the world champion wants it go up to $30 million.
Okeke is well-known in many circles as Floyd’s very own “car guy.” The real difficulty, according to Okeke, is in finding distinct cars that will interest the boxer and these two cars showed up in his showroom. Okeke adds that Mayweather had long been waiting for these two and want to acquire them both.Read the entire article Mayweather to expand car collection with Aston Martin One-77, Pagani Huayra
Pagani China Automotive Ltd. (PCAL) announced a very limited edition of the Huayra called Dinastia. Only three vehicles will be produced and each will celebrate the official establishment of PCAL in China, Macau and Taiwan. Moreover, the vehicles feature three different dragons, the Baxia, Chiwen and Yazi. Baxia is the dragon that floats in the water and this special edition Huayra features blue carbon.
Yazis is the dragon born like a warrior, wearing a golden armour, while the special Huayra gets gold carbon. Chiven is the dragon that causes rain and protect people from fire and the special Huayra gets red carbon.
Compared with the standard version, the Huayra Dinastia arrives with an extended front lip spoiler, small side blade, a rear fin, a new rear diffuser with new fins and a new stop light, similar to the one seen on the Formula 1 cars.Read the entire article Pagani releases Huayra Dinastia Limited Edition, inspired by Chinese culture
The first Pagani Huayra has just been delivered in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, but it appears that the vehicle will not be driven, at least for now. No, it is not broken but the person who received the supercar is actually a 15 years old boy and he doesn’t have a driving license.
Still, the vehicle will already receive some modifications as Innotech Performance Exhaust will install a custom exhaust system on the stunning yellow Huayra.
For those who don’t know, the Pagani Huayra was introduced in 2011 and it is powered by a Mercedes-AMG M158 V12 twin-turbo engine that produces 730 hp and 1,000 Nm of torque.Read the entire article 15-year old boy from Taiwan gets a Pagani Huayra as a birthday present
Although we knew he was driving a Volkswagen Golf GTI, it appears that Mark Zuckerberg wants to get to the next level in terms of cars. According to some rumors, the chairman and chief executive of Facebook has just ordered a Pagani Huayra. The Italian supercar was officially launched in North America earlier this week and it is believed that Zuckerberg put down a deposit in order to enter an exclusive circle.
Among the celebrities who own a Pagani supercar are Lewis Hamilton, Wyclef Jean and David Heinemeier Hansson. For those who don’t know, the Pagani Huayra is powered by a 6.0-liter Mercedes-AMG M158 V12 Bi-turbo engine that delivers 730 hp and an impressive 1,000 Nm of torque.
Power is delivered to the rear wheels through the 7-speed sequential transmission. As you may expected, the Pagani Huayra does not come cheap as it has a base price of over 1 million euros and it is offered as standard with carbon ceramic brakes, Iconel titanium exhaust, a front lifting system, touchscreen media centre, navigation system as well as a premium sound system.Read the entire article Rumor: Mark Zuckerberg orders himself a Pagani Huayra
Ok, we do know that supercars are quite expensive but it appears that some manufacturers ask impressive sums of money for their masterpieces. One of them is Pagani. Thanks to an unmentioned person, the Supercar Kids website revealed the price list for the Pagani Huayra supercar. If the base price is 1,056,000 euros, the option list is even more impressive.
For example, a full carbon bodywork costs you 112,500 euros, while for a two-tone bodywork Pagani wants 59,000 euros. For a 7 luggage set, you will have to pay 14,950 euros. Custom brake caliper colour costs 3,750 euros, while the Zonda R style wheels fetch an impressive 5,900 euros. A rear view camera costs 4,900 euros and the extended stone chip guard is available for 4,500.
All the prices are net and installation is not included. Each Pagani Huayra will get the bi-turbo 6.0-liter C12 engine developing 700 bhp and 664 lb-ft of torque in the standard version, while the sport version develops 730 bhp and 811 lb ftp of torque. The Huayra has a top speed of 230 mph or 370 km/h, while the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) is made in just 3.3 seconds.Read the entire article Pagani Huayra option list revealed, looks pretty impressive
The Pagani Huayra, the one million euro hypercar that replaces the Zonda, is on display at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. During development, the Huayra was known as the C9. The Huayra, which means ‘god of wind’, is pronounced ‘Wirer’ with a heavy Spanish accent. Company boss Horacio Pagan said that developing the Pagani Huayra took seven years and that it offers a type of supercar that’s different from the Zonda.
The Huayra, which is powered by a bi-turbo 6.0-litre V12 engine, continues Pagani’s collaboration with Mercedes’ AMG department. Pagani will be selling two Huayra versions. The standard engine has an output of 700bhp and 664lb ft while the Sport version offers 730bhp and 811lb ft.
This block is shared with Mercedes’ SL65 Black Series but Pagani has tasked AMG to diminish turbo lag and boost the throttle progression. This resulted in new heads, pistons, manifolds and turbos. Pagani has not released many details about the Huayra’s performance but so far, it claims to have reached a top speed of 230mph and to have accelerated from zero to 62mph in 3.3sec.Read the entire article Pagani Huayra wears its blue coat at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show
A number of people present on the Top Gear track when the Pagani Huayra set the lap record claim said that the car used racing tires, which violates Top Gear's power lap track rules. Season 19 of Top Gear began with the Pagani Huayra setting a new track record with a time of 1:13.8, breaking the one set by the Ariel Atom V8, which is 1:15.1.
According to those present when Stig set the lap record, Pagani cheated by fitting the Huayra with racing tires that bear hand-cut grooves, making them look road-legal. Pagani responded by saying that Huayra was fitted with P Zero Trofeo tires, which are designed specifically for track use but are road legal, concluding that they did not cheat on Top Gear.
Members at TeamSpeed.com forum site analyzed photos taken during the event, then pointed out that sizing and tread pattern of the tires fitted on the Huayra for Top Gear were different from those that Pagani stated.Read the entire article Pagani Huayra accused of cheating on Top Gear lap drive
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