Pagani Huayra Now Sounds as Good as it Looks

Pagani Huayra Now Sounds as Good as it Looks

Pagani doesn’t have a new model or a new engine on display at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. Rather, the Italian supercar maker used the opportunity to showcase a new Sonus Faber sound system for the exotic (and hard to pronounce) Huayra.

As though the Huayra wasn’t outrageous enough, the carbon fiber-clad supercar now has matching carbon fiber cones and speaker diaphragms. The stereo, developed by Sonus Faber, is capable of producing 1,200 watts of power, and the speakers use neodymium magnets to save weight.

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We’ll be frank and question who would actually want to turn on the radio or listen to their iPod when they have the sweet sound of the Huayra’s 6.0-liter, twin-turbo V12 engine behind them. But hey, when you’re shelling out for a $1.3M supercar, we guess it’s okay to have a sound system that not only sounds great, but looks like it belongs in a Pagani too.

GALLERY: Pagani Huayra


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  • I wonder what the amperage rating for the alternator is at idle and at running speed?