Pagani may not have the heritage of Ferrari or Lamborghini, but the Huayra cements its reputation as one of the greats. We went to Italy and took Pagani's latest out to experience a true hypercar.
Pagani's Huayra is a hypercar alright. It's got a 6.0-litre twin-turbo V12 and looks unlike anything else there has ever been. We've driven it.
The Pagani Huayra is a beautiful car on the outside, but its interior is unlike any you have ever seen before. Marvel at the leather, metal, carbon, exposed mechanics, and digital screens. Welcome to the future of yesterday.
The Pagani Huayra is one of the most exclusive hypercars money can buy. We take a long look at what you get for your money.
The Huayra may be one of the world's most advanced sports cars, but a US safety body is blocking its sale due to its outdated airbag tech.
The Pagani Huayra PT4 (Prototype 4) will be a testing mule for the new special editions of the Huayra.
If you had £850,000 to spare, what kind of car would you buy? If your answer was anything other than the Pagani Huayra, you're sadly mistaken.
At more than $1 million, the Huayra doesn't come cheap, but we're guessing Pagani will have no shortage of customers if this thing delivers on its performance promises.
We've got to doff our caps to Pagani. The Italian sports car company has grabbed the awesomeness knob with both hands and cranked it all the way up to 'amazeballs' with its new Huayra.
In an exclusive interview, we talk to Horacio Pagani, founder of Pagani Automobili and the man who dreamed up the awesome Huayra and Zonda. We find out what it takes to build a supercar company from the ground up.