Pagani might be just a tiny car manufacturer, but the Huayra has been undergoing a detailed and painstaking (just google ‘Pagani C9 crash') five-year development process. Five prototypes were initially built to conduct road tests from the Death Valley to the Arctic Circle, ensuring the model can handle all climate extremes.
A carbon-titanium central monocoque is completely new, achieving huge levels of rigidity thanks to gullwing doors. Pagani even managed to fit the fuel tank inside the safety shell, while the front and rear subframes incorporate energy absorbing crash structures. Pure race car stuff. Especially when you realise the Huayra weighs just 1,350kg making it 255kg lighter than a Ferrari 599 GTO and 210kg lighter than the Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670-4 SV.
With a Mercedes-AMG 60-degree, 6.0-litre V12 turbocharged to 700bhp, the new Pagani boasts a power-to-weight ratio of 519bhp-per-tonne. There's also 1,000Nm of torque, while the turbos are able to avail all this twist earlier than ever thanks to tweaking that enables immediate response and at any point in the rev band. Dry sump lubrication means the engine never gets starved of oil either, and a titanium exhaust system weighing 10kg less than before completes the heart of the Huayra.
Aerodynamically, the Huayra is state of the art, with adjustable front ride height and control flaps on all four corners. These flaps raise or lower according to inputs from the ABS and ECU, calculating speed, yaw rate, lateral acceleration, steering angle and throttle position to make a decision.
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