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Pagani Huayra, the flying machine from Pagani makes its debut


Pagani, one of the giant among the automobile world, has recently launched a new supercar Huayra, named after ancient Andean god of wind. The newly launched car is really stunning and it is really gift to ‘fast and furious’ like studs.

The stunningly advanced Huayra can attain a maximum speed of 230 mph (370.14 Kmph) and provides an incredible acceleration. The design of Huayra is a charisma in itself. The shape of the car is like an aircraft, which helps in reducing the aerodynamic drag force, with the help of four movable air flaps that can be operated by either manually or automatically.

The doors of the stylish are made of carbon fibre wrapped around the carbon titanium skeleton. The newly launched Huayra is powered with carbon titanium monocoque chassis cradling a mid mounted, 700 hp 6.0 litre twin-turbocharged V12 engine.

The new feat by Pagani has got a royal interior; the two seated Huayra ahs got the richest leather seats and the fabulous interior has been embellished by lots of shiny pods for the gauges and carbon fibre trim.

The steering wheel of Huayra has got all the necessary functions like paddles that are mounted directly on the steering gears, which allows driver to enjoy the ride of supercar without taking their hands off the wheel.

One of the most alluring features of the Huayra’s interior is its central touchscreen high definition multimedia system; all the relevant controls of the car like satellite navigation, Bluetooth phone are controlled by the high-tech screen.

The Huayra is priced at 860,000 Pound.


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