Pagani's Zonda replacement, the Pagani Huayra, finally emerged officially from the company's Modenese studio. We've seen the leaked imagery, now come the hardware specs. Better wear your rubber pants to this show-and-tell, kids.
Maybe the Pagani Huayra looks less awkward in wind-tunnel analysis than it does in pictures. New magazine shots revealed online this week show some new sides to Horacio Pagani's tortured virtuosity. Just keep telling yourself: "700 horsepower. 700 horsepower." [AutoBlog.gr]
After CAR magazine put the Pagani Huayra on its cover, CarsUK unleashed this shot, showing a menacing collections of scoops, sleek headlamps and ... sorry, it's a catfish. I see a catfish. A 700-hp, one-million euro catfish. [CarsUK]
Pagani's new C9 supercar (teased above) will be called the Pagani Huayra (which means "Wind" in some archaic language) according to two sources who spoke with Britain's CarsUK. It will not be called the pretentious Deus Venti. Thank Deus.
This video appeared today at the domain Deus Venti, bearing the name of Modenadesign in the source code. Modenadesign is the company that builds the Pagani Zonda and Deus Venti means, roughly, "God of the Winds" in latin. It's on.
The only thing to ruffle the tranquil air at dawn is the superheated exhaust from the turbocharged V8. The silhouette of a NACA duct like a space shuttle. The Sauber C9 is on its way to victory at Le Mans.
The test driver of the twin-turbocharged Pagani C9 prototype hopefully learned something valuable about the car's performance in the seconds before the $1.3 million Italian exotic slammed into a wall outside Stuttgart.
There may only be one 1994 Escort built with Electric Green exterior and pink interior, but nobody cares. A Pagani, on the other hand, is something rare and special. Time to start saving for the twin-turbocharged 2011 Pagani C9.