Horacio Huayra has brought two Pagani Huayra at Geneva Motor Show 2013 which has equipped the with the Track Pack, featuring a new big front splitter and a new Sonus Faber audio system. One is painted in blue with carbon fiber details and the other in red (also with carbon fiber arrangements). Pagani Huayra with the Track Pack is more expensive since it costs EUR 1,190,000, an increase of €245,000.
At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Pagani Automobili S.p.A. presented a new very exclusive accessory for the wonderful Pagani Huayra: it is the new audio system produced by Sonus Faber, Vicenza-based company specializing in speakers of high and very high range.
Geneva Motor Show 2013 Live: Pagani Huayra Track Pack photo gallery
Pagani Huayra Track pack Live at Geneva Motor Show 2013
The new HI-FI audio system produced by Sonus Faber has a power of 1,200 watts and uses components such as carbon fiber and neodymium magnets. It is also envisaged in the avionics cockpit structure, the speaker diaphragms being made of CFRP and the geometry of the entire system has been developed to dampen the natural resonances.
Pagani Huayra’s new audio system also boasts with a Digital Sound Processor, which makes the sound source even clearer and provides the driver with many customization options. The cost seems prohibitive for mere mortals: over EUR 38,000. Quite expensive, but a small amount for those who have the opportunity to own a Huayra.
Please note that Pagani Huayra has been meticulously designed in the course of seven years, and has a completely new central monocoque, built entirely from carbon-titanium. The car also features gull-wing doors that include a good portion of the roof. The weight is 1350 kg (2976 lbs), with a 44:56 weight distribution.
Impressive engine and performance data: under the Pagani Huayra bonnet lies a powerful 6.0-liter V12 twin-turbo engine (M158), borrowed from Mercedes-Benz AMG, developing 730 horsepower and 737 pound-feet of torque (1000 Nm) capable of projecting the car to a top speed of 230 mph (370 km/h) and a 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 3.2 seconds.
The power and enormous torque is transferred to the wheels through a transverse sequential seven-speed transmission and a twin-disc clutch. The adoption of a dual clutch running in an oil bath was discarded because it would have led to a weight gain of over 70 kg (154.3 lbs), negating the advantage of a little faster gear change. The entire transmission weighs 96 kg (211.6 lbs).
Pagani Huayra Track Pack Video – Geneva Motor Show 2013 Live
Pagani Huayra Track Pack via Pagani at Geneva Motor Show 2013