As per a report by GT Spirit, the Pagani Huayra hypercar is sold out. Introduced in 2012, the Italian mid-engined hypercar features a Mercedes-AMG sourced 6.0-litre twin-turbo V12 engine that produces 730 hp and 1000 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a 7-speed automatic transmission.
The lightweight construction (dry weight: 1350 kg) and immense power output enables the Huayra to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds and go further to a top speed of 370 km/h. The hypercar’s fuel consumption figure in combined cycle is 15 l/ 100 km. CO2 emissions figure is rated at 343 g/km.
The report says that the production of the Huayra was limited to 100 units as Pagani’s agreement with AMG was to source 100 engines only. Although the car is sold out, production is still on and it is unknown when the production will end. The company’s production capacity is limited to 45 cars a year.
Pagani has dedicated lot of attention to not just the performance, but also to the exterior and interior of the car. It takes 24 hours to carve out the ‘Huayra’ name badge from a piece of aluminum. Each wheel is made from a single piece of aluminum block and takes 5 days to be made. The Huayra’s body is made of Carbotanium, which is a blend of carbon fibre and titanium. The body gets the lightness of carbon fibre and the strength of titanium, making it a perfect combination needed of a hypercar.
Source: GT Spirit