Stunning car, unpronounceable name. No matter how hard I try, I can’t get the name of Pagani’s latest supercar out of my mouth. Is it pronounced “Hoo-A-rah”, or is it more along the lines of “Hoy-ra”? I’m not even going to venture a guess, but I’ll say this: toss me the key and let me spend a day driving it, and I don’t care what you want me to call it. Pagani seems to understand that supercars should be designed and built with passion, and that sometimes subtle technology is better than in-your-face technology. From what I’ve seen, the Huayra’s interior is a work of art, befitting a car that costs as much as six McLaren MP4-12Cs. Enjoy videos of the car in action, and in the studio, below.
Aside from the name, I also don’t get the spindly mirrors. Surely the designers could have done a better job, since the leaf-shaped mirrors detract from the cars otherwise clean lines. I suppose they’re required to meet safety standards, but I seriously doubt they contribute much in the way of rear visibility. Besides, you’re driving a Pagani, so what’s in your side view mirrors is largely irrelevant anyway.