Pagani will open a new manufacturing plant this year. Continue Reading...
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The Pagani Huayra production run has been spoken for. Continue Reading...
Exotic Italian automaker Pagani has confirmed that the U.S. has become the single largest market for its Huayra. Continue Reading...
Through the magic of social media, some stories have a life of their own. We’ve compiled a list of this week’s most shared stories through Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Continue Reading...
Three years ago, AutoGuide.com envisioned a Pagani Huayra Roadster, and in two years it will finally become a reality. Continue Reading...
Michael Bay clearly wants to make a statement with his Transformers 4 movie, releasing yet another vehicle that will be featured in the flick – the Pagani Huayra. Continue Reading...
A new promo video was released today, touting the Pagani Huayra as the “God of Wind,” and insinuating that owning this Italian supercar will result in sex. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
A mystery teaser was recently released by Italian supercar maker Pagani, and a new follow-up video has now been released revealing that the brand is teaming up with Sonus Faber sound systems. Continue Reading...
As if the Pagani Huayra wasn’t extreme enough with its 6.0-liter AMG twin-turbo V12 engine with 730 hp, this owner took delivery of a unique purple carbon-finished exotic featuring gold wheels. Continue Reading...
Wealthy American car collectors have something to look forward to by mid 2013: Pagani’s first U.S. marketed supercar hitting dealer showrooms. Continue Reading...
Ever wonder what it takes to build one of the world’s finest Italian exotic automobiles? Pagani has decided to share a documentary showcasing how its Huayra was born, and how it’s built. We’ve seen a lot of automotive-related videos in our time, and this may just be the finest 15 minutes you can ever spend… Continue Reading...
Along with exotic supercars from “conventional” brands like Ferrari and Lamborghini, the Geneva Motor Show is famous for more obscure models from marques like Koenigsegg and, of course, Pagani. Having recently unveiled the successor to the beautiful Zonda, the catfish-faced Huayra, Pagani used the Swiss venue to debut a carbon edition of that very car…. Continue Reading...
The list of the Top 10 most expensive new cars is even more shocking that you might expect. Released by Forbes, you can forget the Ferrari 458 or the $300,000 Lamborghini Aventador because even at the low end of the scale these models start at right around the one million mark. In 10th place, at… Continue Reading...
Contrary to published reports, the Pagani Huayra supercar will go on sale in America in the near(ish) future. The brand’s only previous model, the Zonda, was never federalized and it looked as though the unpronounceably-named Huayra would suffer the same fate, with Pagani failing to get an airbag exception from the U.S. government. Earlier this… Continue Reading...
Turns out, being rich and looking good ain’t enough to get you by in this business. The Pagani Huayra has to step in line with the proletariat: just because it’s a six-figure, low-volume supercar, doesn’t grant it an exemption from America’s airbag regulations. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration stopped giving waivers to their airbag safety… Continue Reading...
The Pagani Huayra is here at Adria International Raceway in northern Italy, doing what it does best—rendering our chins leaking with copious amounts of drool. While the name “Huayra” is the sound a guy makes when getting punched in the stomach, we should be thankful that the car sounds better than that. The camera is… Continue Reading...
Pagani has been making wonderful, exotic machinery for about a decade now, but despite Wyclef Jean having his to play around with, there has been no importer or dealer network to support the product Stateside. So if you’ve been praying for Pagani to open a dealership in America, your prayers have been answered, sort of…. Continue Reading...
It’s hard to make a successful sequel, and in the styling department Pagani’s new Huayra is hardly a worthy successor to the Zonda. Overlooking the car’s catfish mouth is becoming easier with every time we see the car; our objections diminishing significantly when we first saw it in person at the Geneva Auto Show. Now… Continue Reading...
The world of video games is full of competition, and getting the exclusivity to a feature helps get you a leg up on the competition. Now that Gran Turismo 5 is on sale (and receiving awesome patch updates) the world of console racing games is wide open. What can other video game developers possibly come… Continue Reading...
While hardly the household name that Ferrari is, Pagani models are far more exotic and rare, especially because they’ve never been available in North America – until now. Set to get its world premiere at the Geneva Auto Show, Pagani’s second all new model, the Huayra, will be offered to customers in the U.S., marking… Continue Reading...
With the Italian exotic car specialists at Pagani having just released the first photos of the new Huayra supercar last week, it’s all but guaranteed that a roadster model is in the cards. Keeping that in mind, we reached out to rendering expert Jon Sibal for his take on exactly how a roofless Huayra might… Continue Reading...
When you make machines as exotic, powerful and achingly beautiful as Pagani does, coming up with an encore is a tall order. The maker of ultra-rare exotics has, however, decided to do just that announcing that the Huayra would be the official successor to the Zonda. Now Pagani has revealed its latest destroyer of Prancing… Continue Reading...
Oh, the humanity! Pagani’s Zonda supercar was one of the most heartbreakingly beautiful cars of all time, but a purported spy shot coming from a Spanish language car magazine shows the Pagani Huayra to be a catfish-mouthed monstrosity, with all manner of gills, bulging headlights and a snout that looks like its perpetually open. Sure, the car… Continue Reading...