Pagani, the Italian exotic Supercar manufacturer, is known to build some of the most exclusive and exotic supercars and now they have made a limited edition of the already limited number of cars, the Hyuara. Pagani has decided to produce only 3 units of Huayra Dinastia special edition and it is being conceptualized to celebrate for the establishment of Pagani China Automotive Limited (PCAL) operations in China and Macau.
Completely made by Carbon-fibre body panels, the cars will get dragon iconography on the flanks, to commemorate China. Also, the exteriors will get some subtle tweaks on the body, including a slightly reworked front spoiler and the addition of a negligible looking rear fin. The trademark quad exhaust will also be a bit different in terms of finishing. The Pagani Huayra also gets Dinastia inside and out.
Under the hood, the Pagani Huayra Dinastia essentially remains unchanged, with the same AMG-sourced 6.0 litre twin-turbo V12 engine producing 710ps of power and 1000Nm of torque. Thanks to the carbon fibre panels, the car only weighs 1350kg and accelerates from 0-100 kmph in mere 3.3 seconds. Pagani is claiming a theoretical top speed of 370km/h.
Available in Gold, Blue and Red colors, all selected by company founder Horacio Pagani himself, the car is known to have one of the most difficult name to pronounce, Huayra (pron: wee-rah). Another interesting trivia is why only 3 of them will be ever built? Pagani says that the numeral sounds like 'sheng' when spoken in Chinese, which means "life, new birth".
Pagani Huayra is priced at around $1.5 million, and the special edition trio will definitely command more premium than the normal price.