Pagani Huayra option list revealed, looks pretty impressive

Article by Christian A., on October 17, 2013

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.

The moment the Pagani Huayra opens its doors, one would think it was spreading its wings. Such is the magnificence and elegant design of the Pagani Huayra.

But the wing-like doors are not purely for vanity and aesthetics. On the contrary, the wing-like doors boost the performance as these help in the aerodynamics of the Pagani Huayra. The 4 control flaps located on the corners of the Huayra plus the height of the front ride can all be adjusted. The flaps can be operated by a control unit dedicated exclusively to providing all relevant information ranging from lateral acceleration, yaw rate, steering angle, throttle position, and car speed. All these are meant to lead to a Pagani Huayra that exhibits neutral vehicle behaviour regardless of any conditions and body roll control.

The Pagani Huayra’s aerodynamic efficiency is very much evident in how the car’s system does not rely on low drag coefficient in determining its aerodynamism. This can also be seen during braking maneuvers as the front suspension and rear flaps are raised to balance the distribution of the weight from the rear and front axles, in the process allowing better rear brake force usage.

Because of the flaps and aerodynamism, the Pagani Huayra is able to maintain the body’s clean airflow. Two engine air intakes are in place to aid in motor breath and it does this without getting in the way of the air flow. The engine air intakes are similar to the 1950s and 1960s supersonic aircraft. Also provided in the Pagani Huayra is the gearbox radiator intake found nestled between the rear bonnet carbon clamshell and the engine bay window which ensures the smooth flow of air into the radiator without impacting the aerodynamic drag.

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