Reportedly, the world’s fastest car Bugatti Veyron was unable to find the buyers for its last stock of production; they say the Pagani Huayra is reportedly sold quite before than thought of. A source in the industry claimed this Italian hypercar had successfully found homes in the garage of 100 buyers even before being produced. As on a signed term with AMG, the company isn’t allowed to produce more than the said numbers. Though, the paltry information revealed this detailed account of the car, whereas nothing could be confirmed of this badge seeing further production.
However, as claimed, the twin-turbo 6.0-liter Mercedes-AMG sourced V12 engine planted in Huayra produces 730PS of max power and 1000Nm of peak torque. All of these reclaim it to clock the sprint run of 0-100km/h in 3.2 seconds before hitting the top-speed of 370km/h.
Noting but a light of hope, if believed the sources, Huayra roadster model is expected to be seen at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
Source: GT Spirit