Huayra Tricolore: Pagani unveiled a special version of the Huayra supercar
The Italian brand presented the 840-horsepower Huayra Tricolore roadster, which was released in honor of the aerobatic team "Tricolor Arrows".
Pagani has introduced a special version of the supercar Huayra, called Tricolore. The new car, which became the most powerful car in the history of the brand, was dedicated to the Italian aerobatic group Frecce Tricolori ("Tricolor Arrows").
The roadster received a dark blue body with a longitudinal line along the sides with the colors of the Italian flag - a similar combination is used on the fuselages of the Aermacchi MB-339-PAN Italian Air Force aircraft, on which Frecce Tricolori pilots perform aerobatics during demonstrations.
The Tricolore version differs from the usual Huayra modification by a different bumper with a more pronounced splitter and extended air intakes for additional cooling of the modernized six-liter V12 engine from Mercedes-AMG. The weight of a car with a carbon body was 1270 kg - about the same as, for example, a Volkswagen Golf with a three-cylinder engine.
The engine, specially developed by the Germans for the Pagani, produces 840 hp and 1100 Nm of torque. The engine, which works together with a seven-speed automatic gearbox, transmits traction to the rear wheels.
The edition of the Pagani Huayra Tricolore will be limited to only three copies. The cost of the car was 5.5 million euros, excluding additional options and taxes.