11 May, 2015

Our Reportage From Geneva Motor Show 2015


I know most of you expected to see the Huayra S or the Huayra Roadster at Geneva this year thought I’m afraid you’ll have to wait until 2016. Actually this year for Pagani neither of the new Huayra’s were revealed and the Italian luxury auto maker showcased two Pagani Huayra’s, one EU spec car and an US spec car. We kinda knew the Roadster wouldn’t be ready for a while, but we were hoping to get a glimpse of the speculated S.



The red Huayra shown is one of the first Huayra’s delivered, chassis #007. This car was built in 2013 and is the same car that was showcased at the Geneva Motor Show and Top Marques Monaco in the same year.

It was also filmed together with a blue Zonda S Roadster owned by the same UK owner (lucky man).



The car is finished in the classic two-tone color combination, a dark red paint called “Dubai Red” and exposed carbon fiber. It’s right hand drive and the cockpit is characterized by blue leather with red stitchings and carbon fiber inserts. It’s equipped with the Track-Pack and when the car was originally delivered it was on matt gold wheels, but now features polished magnesium wheels with red brake calipers.



The second car is one of the newest Huayra’s, chassis #096, and it’s US spec.

This can be recognized by the orange and red side reflectors and stretched mirrors. This amazing Huayra features a fully visible carbon fiber body finished with a slightly tinted in blue paint, this effect can be obtained thanks to a drop of ink in the transparent paint.

The effect is the same of the Huayra 730S and the well known Zonda Tricolore. The thing I appreciated most of this Huayra is the cockpit, which features cocoa leather and carbon fiber. The car is also equipped with Track-Pack, anodized wheels and red brake calipers.



For me it was also nice to meet the Lamborghini enthusiast @forza_lamborghini who brought with him one of the very first and rare Zonda C12 6.0 brochure from Geneva 1999 signed by Horacio Pagani himself.

Via: LoveCars

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