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Pagani Huayra

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Storer

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4,404 posts

129 months

Monday 28th January 2013
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One very special motor car.

The attention to detail is astounding.

And quick too. Getting close to the Ultima GTR720 on road tyres at a bit over 1min 13secs on Top Gear last night (yes, I'm sad).

Shame I will never be in the position of having the funds to spend £800K + on a car.

Ah well, back to my slow old GTR then!!!!!!!!!



Paul

dandare

509 posts

168 months

Tuesday 29th January 2013
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Ok, I won't ignore you. smile
I think the Huayra looks really good too. Great details, some good styling points, and of course very fast. Much nicer than the Zonda, which looks, from the rear at least, like a home-made car, or so I always thought.

V8Dom

3,414 posts

116 months

Wednesday 30th January 2013
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yes looks better but will never sound as good

Why oh why doesnt the factory give them a car to take on the track..Dom

Steve_D

10,577 posts

172 months

Thursday 31st January 2013
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V8Dom said:
.....Why oh why doesnt the factory give them a car to take on the track..Dom
We've done this many times.

They don't want one on the show because it will piss all over the existing times then the likes of Pagani will never come back = end of the show.

Steve

spatz

1,783 posts

100 months

Saturday 2nd February 2013
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could not have said it better !
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epom

4,675 posts

75 months

Wednesday 13th January 2016
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The Silence surrounding this car baffles me to be honest. Very rarely spoken about. Very rarely included in any magazine tests. I know its not included in the Holy Trinity of Hypercars, but price wise it is certainly knocking on the same doors.
Has it been a flop ??

Gecko1978

1,421 posts

71 months

Wednesday 13th January 2016
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there are so few of them about its not relevant (Pagani in general) to the holly Trinity brands of Porsche Ferrari an Mclaren who have all competed at Le Man and in F1 (porsche v long ago). Still having been to the factory if I were super rich I would have one.

+49

70 posts

102 months

Wednesday 13th January 2016
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Gecko1978 said:
there are so few of them about its not relevant (Pagani in general) to the holly Trinity brands of Porsche Ferrari an Mclaren who have all competed at Le Man and in F1 (porsche v long ago). Still having been to the factory if I were super rich I would have one.
You say that but the Zonda seem to be mentioned and included in a lot more reviews back in the day than the Huayra does? And nobody knew what a Pagani was at all back then! At least there slightly more established now having the Zonda to their credit. Strange one really I personally think it’s the looks,Bit marmite even though I like it myself

DanPhoto

118 posts

36 months

Thursday 14th January 2016
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A Huayra needs to be seen close up to be fully appreciated. Detail-wise its faultless. For me, the interior is far and away the most impressive of any car. But I think the 'wide mouth' front end is what turns a lot of people off.
Check out the leaked pics of the new Huayra BC. It looks like they've closed up the front grill slightly making it look more aggressive.

will_

5,255 posts

117 months

Monday 18th January 2016
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epom said:
The Silence surrounding this car baffles me to be honest. Very rarely spoken about. Very rarely included in any magazine tests. I know its not included in the Holy Trinity of Hypercars, but price wise it is certainly knocking on the same doors.
Has it been a flop ??
It has a tough act to follow and, in my view, the Huayra doesn't appeal anywhere near as much as the Zonda, particularly on looks.

There are also very few about (relatively speaking) so they are somewhat more "off radar" - this is then a self-fulfilling prophecy that they aren't talked about as much!

red_duke

654 posts

95 months

Monday 18th January 2016
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Perhaps there's no enthusiasm for turbo engined cars at the Huayra's price point unless they're exotic hybrids?

MDL111

1,257 posts

91 months

Monday 18th January 2016
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red_duke said:
Perhaps there's no enthusiasm for turbo engined cars at the Huayra's price point unless they're exotic hybrids?
It does nothing for me - looks and engine - but I thought commercially they are a success - loads sold in the US and Asia/ME

epom

4,675 posts

75 months

Tuesday 19th January 2016
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A lot of sense spoken guys cheers. Hadn't really factored in the Far East tbh.