2y ago


Pagani has debuted the new one-off Huayra Lampo (which translates to ‘lightning’) – a custom-built Pagani Huayra inspired by the 1954 Fiat Turbina concept car. The most obvious design cue is the red-and-white paintwork, which boasts a smattering of lightning bolt logos in the colours of the Italian tricolour. The paint is also transparent, showing off the beautifully crafted carbon-fibre bodywork. Inside, you get hand-braided brown leather, and anodized aluminium elements. This particular Huayra gets the ‘Tempesta’ pack too: larger front openings, plus new aero elements on the front splitter and sills. Lessons learned from the mad Huayra BC have also been applied here too, including carbon-fibre elements used in the chassis. As with other Huayra's, power comes courtesy of Mercedes-AMG's 6.0 twin-turbo V12 that produces 562kw/1000nm, which is sent to the rear wheels through a 7-speed sequential transmission. This might be the most unique Pagani Huayra ever designed! #TunedAutomotive #SomeShitAboutCars

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