We really aren’t too sure where the Pagani Huayra is heading. Despite reports that the first customer car has been delivered, we’re really not sure. It seems Pagani is still having production issues and it seems they may have issues with making the Huayra road legal in Europe as well as the issues the Huayra has had in the US.
All that apart, if Pagani do manage to make the Huayra ready for the road in Europe and the US – and get their new production facilities up and running – there are probably enough extremely wealthy Supercar nuts on the planet to get somewhere close to the Pagani Huayra’s sales targets of 40 cars a year.
That said, you would have to be a very wealthy Supercar nut to be able to justify the Pagani Huayra on anything other than the desire to have a supercar very few others have. After all, the Huayra is not the fastest supercar in the world – the Lamborghini Aventador is as quick and cost just a quarter of the Huayra — and in everyday use something as comparatively prosaic in the supercar stakes as a Porsche 911 Turbo S would probably be quicker.
But the Pagani Huayra is special – just as the Zonda was – and its looks have certainly grown on us. So when we had a new set of photos of the Huayra pop in we thought you’d enjoy having a look.
After all, it’s probably the closest most of us are going to get to actually seeing the Pagani Huayra any time soon.
Pagani Huayra New Photo Gallery
(59 photos – click any thumbnail for full gallery)