Pagani Huayra R: new supercar with a diabolical atmospheric V12!

Pagani is a manufacturer of Italian super-sports born in 1992, which is little talked about on ItalPassion but there is a beginning to everything!

With two models in the catalog, the Zonda, then the Huayra, both declined in several versions, it is this last one, the Huayra which will be presented under a new declination R in 1 month.

Currently, the Pagani Huayra is a 1 350 kg supercar with a 6,0L twin-turbo V12 (AMG Mercedes origin) which develops a 730 hp power and a torque of 1,000 Nm.

Thus, Horacio Pagani, founder of the Pagani brand, announced the future Pagani Huayra R and, contrary to what one might think, there would no longer be a twin-turbo V12 engine on board but a Atmospheric V12 with over 900 hp developed in collaboration with AMG Mercedes especially for this model. The goal is to have a diabolical soundIt remains to be seen whether, like the Lamborghini Essenza SCV12 (which happens to be 1,377 kg and also features an 830 hp naturally aspirated V12), it will be exclusively a track car, or if it will have a road homologation.


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  1. Hello,
    You say you don't talk about Pagani much.
    That said, you are right, they use AMG engines so Mercedes, so nothing to do in Italpassion.
    As should be Lamborghini which sold its soul with Audi engines

    • You could be right but what about Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Maserati and Lancia who are in Stellantis and who will share platforms and engines on the next models? Only Ferrari will be left but there is already a site dedicated to Ferrari news I think.

      • As long as Fiat develops its own engines, in my opinion, the main thing is still safe. There's talk of a five-cylinder hybrid for the Tipo and 500X, I hope it will come to fruition.

        • It's all about the slider. A Lamborghini developed and manufactured in Italy is more Italian than a Lancia Thema. What about an Alfa Romeo made in Poland with a CMP base and an electric motor from who knows where? It's much less Italian than Pagani.

          • It's clear that an Alfa built outside Italy is appalling. We can see it with DS and the "French luxury" made in China, even though the brand has little legitimacy compared to Alfa, it's very grumpy and not sure it sells...

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