According to AutoEvolution and RushLane, the Italian Supercar manufacturer Pagani is scouting for an importer who would help them set up a shop in India. Is Shreyans group and Mr Chordia reading this?
The company’s first product is expected to be the Zonda replacement – Huayra. Named after a South American wind god – Huayra Tata, this mighty beast has a bespoke heart made by AMG. It is a 6.0-litre V12 twin-turbo producing 730bhp and 811lb ft of torque. The whole car is made from carbotanium which is a mix of carbon fiber and titanium and the resulting kerb weight is only 1,350kg.
With explosive power and near weightlessness, the Huayra is capable of doing a 0-100 km/h run in under 3.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 370 km/h. Surprisingly, that’s not the party piece of this car. The real showstopper is the interior which is an exquisite and detailed mix of leather and aluminum – unbelievably gorgeous!
Oh and did we mention that it has massive air brakes on the bonnet
All this flimflam doesn’t come cheap – 15 crores to be precise. Pagani has set an ambitious target of 10 units in a year. Stay tuned as the news unfolds
Read more about the Huayra at the Pagani official website