Unique opportunity to buy a Right Hand Drive Huayra, upgraded to 2015 Spec. Can be seen at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
The Pagani Huayra was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in 2011, as the successor to Horatio Pagani's maiden model, the Zonda. The Huayra was marked as a major leap forward from the more basic Zonda, with additions such as active aerodynamics and a new turbocharged V12 engine, still engineered by Mercedes.
Although there are a number of stylistic similarities with its predecessor, the Huayra's aerodynamic styling and performance upgrades created a car that was far superior to even the latest derivatives of the Zonda.
Powering the beautiful carbon body is a 720 bhp V12, catapulting the rear-wheel drive car to 60mph in just 3.2 seconds. However, the Huayra or "God of Winds" is much more than about raw speed; the new sequential gearbox makes this car much more usable than the Zonda. Further, details such as matching the weave in the carbon-fibre and a beautifully crafted interior, mean that even amongst the efforts of Ferrari and Mclaren, the Pagani Huayra still stands out as one of the greatest production supercars at this moment.
The car we are offering is a rare Right Hand Drive example, extremely rare in Europe and has covered only a handful of miles. Further, it has recently been updated at the factory to 2015 spec and has been on display at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. This car would list at around £1.3m and waiting times for Huayras are in excess of 18 months, making this not only great value but a real investment opportunity.