Pagani Huayra: Richard Hammond tests the latest Pagani

Watch has Richard Hammond reviews the Pagani Huayra, the latest mighty creation of Horacio Pagani,

The Huayra concept was revealed in 2003, the year of the introduction of the Zonda S Roadster (yes, the latest of the last Zonda’s). These were prosperous times for  the super cars manufactures. Their commitment have contributed to the rise of extraordinary cars like the Bugatti Veyron, Porsche Carrera GT, Ferrari Enzo, Mercedes McLaren SLR.

It is in this context that was born the latest Pagani (and Richard’s favourite). The Zonda having been a creation of the 90′s, it was time for a fresh start. The new Pagani is  totally different in form, dimension, dynamics and technology, all this without losing the essence of what a Pagani should be: very extreme in every sense.

 

 

The Pagani Huayra official specification:
Engine: Mercedes-AMG M158 V12 twin-Turbo
Displacement: 5980 cc
Power: 730 hp
Torque: 1.000 Nm
Gearbox: transverse sequential seven speed gearbox – AMT robotyzed system with driving programs
Dimensions: Length: 4605mm; Height: 1169mm; Car’s body width: 2036mm; Car’s width with rear mirrors: 2356mm
Dry weight: 1.350 kg (changing according to the model)
Weight distribution:  44% front 56% rear