New Pagani Huayra unveiled at Geneva Motor Show

March 2, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

The amazing Pagani Huayra has had its official unveiling at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.

New Pagani Huayra unveiled at Geneva Motor Show

At €825,000, the Huayra is one of Geneva’s most expensive new cars and it’s also one of the most exciting thanks to its jaw-dropping design and amazing headline figures.

Pagani has fitted the Huayra with a 6-litre V12 engine which develops a colossal 700bhp – enabling 0-62mph in 3.3 seconds and a top speed of 230mph, putting it in the upper echelons of supercar performance.

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The Huayra is the replacement for Pagani’s much-loved Zonda – which catapulted the Italian car maker onto the supercar scene in 1999.

One person who will be getting their hands on Pagani’s new creation is multi-millionaire German businessman Steffen Korbach.

The 28-year-old investment banker crashed his £1.4 million Zonda F Clubsport Roadster while on his way to view the Huayra in one of the most expensive car crashes in history.

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