The car with the name that no one knows how to pronounce has made it to America and Jay Leno has it in his garage. Not only did Jay get to ride in the 1 million euro ($1.4 million USD) catfish, he got Mr. Pagani himself to drive him!
When you see the level of detail and craftsmanship that goes into the making of Huayra, you’ll understand why the car is so expensive, and unlike a lot of other exotic cars, the Huayra price seems justified! For example, the instrument faces on the Huayra are etched out of a solid alloy at a cost of $5,000 per set. If that’s not impressive, the sound the car makes when the turbochargers kick is enough to have you reaching for your checkbook, and then cursing yourself because you spent your $1.4 million on a stupid house.
Pagani will make only 25 Huayra a year. If you haven’t got your order in already, you won’t be getting one this year, or next year for that matter. Watch the video below and prepared to be shocked and awed. Additional bonus. Mr. Pagani tells the proper way to say Huayra. I’ve been saying it wrong all this time. It’s Why-ra. Now I can sound smart when I meet a Pagani owner at Cars and Coffee. 🙂
*If you’re get a “Failed to load XML file” error, you can watch the video over at Jay Leno’s Garage.