Used Pagani Huayra For Sale
When creating a successor for the beloved Zonda, Pagani knew they needed to leave the world with something special. They desired to create something that would take the world by storm and fill the hearts and souls of every auto aficionado around the world. Since then, the Pagani Huayra for sale has been bestowed upon us. Huayra is a name derived from the Incan Empire’s God of Wind, Wayra Tata—a deserved name for the ludicrous hypercar. Horacio engineered this god to be as elegant as air but with the intensity of a hurricane. Meticulous details were central in the design, crafting it with aerodynamic panels that adjust as the winds change. The vehicle is, without the engine or transmission, assembled by hand from more than 4,000 parts. Powering the supercar is a 730 horsepower Mercedes-AMG V12 twin-turbo engine controlled by a seven-speed manual gearbox. You read that right; it bears a manual transmission. The Huayra is a car designed for the true enthusiast who desires an aggressive but brilliant hypercar. It’s for the driver who can’t settle for just royalty but instead needs a god.
To say that Horacio Pagani has an affinity for carbon fiber would be an understatement. His patented ‘carbotanium’ combines the best features of carbon fiber with titanium and it saw extensive use in the Zonda R. The Huayra is almost entirely composed of the lightweight material. With only 2,900 pounds to deal with, the AMG twin-turbo V-12 is not stressed. When provoked, it unleashes 730 horsepower and 738 foot-pounds of torque through an automated single-clutch sequential transmission. What allows the Huayra to be the fastest car around Top Gear’s track is an array of active aerodynamic surfaces that change with speed and cornering angle. This allows the Pagani Huayra to reach up to 231 mph and provides a 0-60 mph time of 3.2 seconds. Anything that’s not carbotanium is made of titanium, with Pagani’s logo machined into each piece. This level of detail carries over into the interior. Aluminum trim is satin-brushed and provides a brilliant contrast to glossy carbon fiber and two-tone leather. Every aspect of the interior is curved and symmetrical, evoking the sophistication of a bygone era.
Pagani Huayra Roadster
Built by hand, the Pagani Huayra Roadster has been causing quite a stir in the world of supercars since its reveal at the Geneva Motor Show in March of 2017. Now, the super-powered convertible is ready to hit the market. An extremely limited production number of only 100 units, however, means that most will never have the opportunity to get their hands on this high powered and speedy limited-edition roadster. For those who do, they are in for a once in a lifetime experience. The mighty 6.0-liter V12 engine creates a whopping 753 horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque. Drivers behind the wheel will reveal at the lightning acceleration speed which takes this convertible from a standstill all the way up to 60 MPH in 3 seconds flat. From there, a top speed of 210 MPH, controlled by a 7-speed sequential transmission, makes the drive more comparable to an amusement park ride than to driving a standard sports car. To further enhance the already mind-blowing encounter, the aggressive curves and muscular lines of the Huayra Roadster grab the attention of every passerby along the way. The two-seater convertible is equipped with a removable roof that is made of carbon fiber and glass. Whether left on or removed, the allure is incomparable. The interior, following suit, is packed full of sophisticated elegance with leather seats, carbon fiber material and a tech-savvy dashboard with a touch-screen operated the infotainment system.
Pagani Huayra BC
Italian designed and manufactured, the Pagani Huayra BC is a mid-engine super sports car that floods the senses with an aesthetically pleasing exterior, a commanding sense of power, lightning speed and an interior that lands its drivers right in the lap of luxury. The outward view of the Pagani Huayra BC is what draws in the most attention from ordinary acquaintances. Its electrifying two-toned body paired with rounded curves, a low-sloping hood, and a fierce rear spoiler, it is hard not to notice the supercar on streets filled with typical vehicles. For fine car connoisseurs though, the real thrill of the Huayra BC is found under its slanted bonnet. A 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine forges a tremendous 745 horsepower with 810 lb-ft of torque. From stop to go, this Huayra BC accelerates with an unwavering sense of urgency and reaches 60 MPH in 3 seconds flat. A top speed of 230 MPH makes this supercar one of the fastest available on the market today. This magnificent speed is aided by a fierce aerodynamic design which reduces drag as the car accelerates. With a shockingly low production number of just 20 units, the interior is just as bold. Although few will ever get the opportunity to experience the Pagani Huayra BC from the inside cabin, it is immaculately designed to support the performance with lightweight carbon fiber and premium materials which have been hand-picked and customized by each owner to date.
Pagani Huayra BC Roadster
Another limited-edition series by Pagani, there will be only 100 Huayra BC Roadster units produced for 2019. It will house the same 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine that is featured in the BC coupe model. This will generate slightly more horsepower than the coupe with a 752-horsepower output with an estimated equal 810 lb-ft of torque. The most notable change to the roadster model is naturally the removable top. This trait paired with the power the BC Roadster will encompass is a thrilling one for those who enjoy the freedom and feel of a convertible vehicle. Moreover, the Huayra BC Roadster will be much lighter by around 200 pounds and even faster than the coupe. Official acceleration times and maximum speeds have yet to be released but the roadster is expected to knock off around several tenths of a second during the sprint from 0 to 60. Experts predict the numbers will come in around 2.7 seconds and the top speed will only slightly top the maximum 230 MPH as portrayed by the coupe. From the driver’s seat, it is likely that the Roadster will have the same design and feature all lightweight components like carbon fiber and aluminum. Admiring the Pagani Huayra BC Roadster from afar, the most notable differences that one will spot is the absence of the dramatic rear spoiler and diffuser. Otherwise, the Roadster looks the part of the Huayra BC with the added benefit of being able to go topless.
The latest Pagani Huayra Roadster is a $3.4 million-dollar convertible and only 40 of them will ever be created. While most automakers would simply keep the same design as the former version and add a drop-top, Pagani is different. They opted to redesign the entire car to make the leap to a convertible. The result is a drastically lighter-weight hypercar with a honed-in focus on aerodynamics and increased power. It weighs in at 2,756 pounds, which is less than both the regular coupe and the regular Huayra roadster model. It is, however, slightly heavier than the Huayra BC coupe, but not by much. To make up for the additional weight, Pagani amped up the level of power and included a Mercedes-AMG derived twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 engine. This allows the Roadster BC to generate 791 horsepower with 774 pound-foot of raw twist. The Huayra Roadster BC is equipped with rear-wheel drive and a seven-speed sequential transmission. At first glance, there is no doubting that you are looking at a supercar. Angled and with an aggressive front end and dramatic rear spoiler, even car novices will realize that they are witnessing a miracle of modern engineering. On the inside, drivers will find most of the high-quality construction materials as former models, as well as a similar design. In efforts to keep the weight to a minimum, however, the interior features have been kept to a minimum. This hypercar is certainly not intended for luxuriously lengthy road trips, but it guarantees an unforgettable experience geared toward speed and agility.