You Can’t Buy a Pagani Huayra Anymore

Pagani Huayra 1 photo
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Yeah, we know we’re talking to the extremely wealthy here but even they have to get their news somewhere, right? Well, if you’re one super rich individual and were planning on getting one of Horatio Pagani’s creations also known as the Huayra, you should know that they have all been sold.
Surprised? You shouldn’t be, really, since the model was developed from the get go to be built in a limited number and as it turns out, that limit has been reached only recently.

A spokesman for the company confirmed to Autoblog that the entire scheduled production for the hypercar has been sold, therefore leaving enthusiasts... carless.

Don’t worry though, as we think that just like the Zonda, the Pagani chassis will be reworked and released in various special editions along the way. Sure, the price tag might go even higher for some badges and bespoke options but when you’re dealing with such high stickers, it doesn’t really matter all that much.

The first of these special models could even be launched at the impending Geneva Motor Show. The safest bet seems to be on a roadster at the moment, even though an even sharper version could also be in the works and that would be madness.

Why? Because the stock model is incredible in the first place. It uses a 6-liter V12 bi-turbo engine developed by the same Mercedes-AMG branch, especially for this car. It makes 730 HP and 1,000 Nm (740 lb-ft) of torque and only has to carry around the total weight of this thing that tips the scale at 1,350 kg (2,980 lbs) dry.

Thanks to these specs, the Huayra will do 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds going up to a top speed of 231 mph (372 km/h). Now, imagine an even faster version...
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