A unique example of the Pagani Huayra has been recently caught on camera in Japan, while cruising the streets.
If you thought that hot rides can only be seen across Europe, mainly in London, Monte Carlo or Monaco, think again, because they exist almost everywhere and this video stands proof. The clip posted below is showing us a unique example of the Pagani Huayra, which has been spotted cruising the streets of large city in Japan. The model in question has been finished in brown and it has some gold highlights, which are helping it stand out from a crowd even more. If this is truly inspiring, kitschy or simply ordinary, it’s your choice to be made.
As you probably already know by now, the Huayra name means “God of the winds” in the official language of the Inca Empire, Quechua. The supercar has been unveiled back in 2012 and it has reached production in the same year, being put together in Modena, Italy. It has been designed by Horacio Pagani and it is offered in a two-door coupe body style, with a rear mid-engine and rear-wheel drive layout. Under its hood, we can find a 6.0 liter B12 bi-turbo engine signed by Mercedes AMG, which is capable of putting down no less than 730 HP (539 kW) and 1,000 Nm (740 lb-ft) of torque. The Huayra needs just over 3 seconds in order to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) and it can go all the way up to 370 km/h (230 mph).