There are many Supercar manufacturers in the world and now-a-days and a couple of them claim to be the fastest of all. But none could come close to Pagani when it comes to sheer exclusivity the brand offers. The Huayra means 'God of Winds' and Pagani proved that he wasn't exuberate at all while naming the car, because as much as the Huayra is exclusive, it is also fast.
In a recent correspondence with Autoblog, Pagani spokesman Luca Venturi has stated that the Italian manufacturer has sold every single piece of the Supercar they decided to build - 100 units to be precise. So if you were still hoping to order one for yourself, we're afraid you're out of luck. But, sold out doesn't mean all the Supercars are manufactured yet.
According to Pagani, they are working on the 71st car for now, which means still 29 cars are to be built, that's 40 cars a year speed. And going by how painstaking is the process to build one such machine, it will still take some time to manufacture and deliver all 100 units. For now, there are rumors that Pagani will show one of their future projects at the upcoming Geneva Motorshow.
Compare it with other manufacturers, and one can gather insightful information. Koenigsegg, the Swedish Supercar manufacturer took 9 years to build 115 units in contrast to Bugatti which manufactured cars at a pace of 40 cars a year, same as the Pagani. All the three automakers compete in roughly the same market, and cater to exclusive and super-rich people.