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Published on August 13th, 2015 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Picture Of The Day_Against The Wind. Pagani Huayra

Pagani says that the C9 Huayra was named after Aymara Huayra Tata, which is the god of wind, and although the name seems impossible to pronounce at first read, it just may be the most fitting name possible for a car dedicated to run against the force of the wind.


There is no questioning the fact that Pagani’s choice of styling is far from conventional, and to some just over the top, but there is also no question that it is a purpose-built speed machine that aims to cut through the wind as quickly and efficiently as possible all the way up to 230 miles per hour. Amongst the questionable design cues are also some much welcomed additions, such as bi-xenon headlamps and LED daytime running lamps. Out back, this Pagani features the tell-tale center-mounted quad exhaust tips and a carbon fiber rear fascia to help with aerodynamics. The exotic automaker also equipped the Huayra with two active flaps for the rear of the vehicle, intended to automatically adjust based on then-current speed and handling requirements.

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