The Mysterious Pagani Huayra Dinastia


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While touring Beijing’s Forbidden City during a visit to China, Pagani supervisor Horacio’s eyes fell upon the ‘Nine Dragons Wall’. This wall eventually influence the creation of the new Pagani Huayra Dinastia.

Horacio so fascinated by dragon body shape that he saw, he returned back to Italy and got the chance to work. Horacio wound up with representations on a bit of paper; portrayals of a moving mythical beast over the sides of the Huayra supercar’s body.

Just three of these extraordinary Huayra models exist. The first is a blue carbon Huayra, the second in purple and the third gold. However, due to the fact that the third gold is part of a private collection, no pictures have been since made public.

You’ll detect the mythical serpent emblem on the fin, which sits on that purple carbon with gold wheels. However, Pagani tells us the three specially made cars are still mechanically identical to the ‘standard’ Huayra. The Pagani Huayra boosts a turbocharged, 6.0-liter, Mercedes-AMG V12 in the center, creating a generous 700bhp and 738lb ft of torque, associated to a 0-62mph time of under 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 230mph.

All in all, what’s your opinion of the Huayra Dinastia new design? Or would you opt for the traditional Huayra? Let us know what you think!


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