The Italian company Pagani presented its new and completely amazing new line…
The Pagani Huayra Tricolore supercar comes as a special edition of the legendary series and was built in honor of the training acrobatic group of the Italian Air Force. Tricolore is a name already written in history, because Pagani released the first Zonda Tricolore model a decade ago, in order to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the acrobatic team of their country.
Following in the footsteps of this amazing machine, the Pagani Huayra Tricolore hypercar inherited the design of its limited edition, the unique roofless sports body and the very interesting aerodynamic parts in charge of channeling the air into the engine segment.
The body created by carbon waves has a unique metallic blue color and flawless livery with motifs of the Italian flag, identical details similar to those from the plane of the Italian acrobatic team. On the other hand, the new model differs significantly from its predecessor with a redesigned front bumper with a larger splitter and far more pronounced air intakes. Also, another of its exclusive features is a beautiful tail stabilizer, created by laser-processed carbon fibers from one piece.
The interior of the Pagani Huayra Tricolore hypercar represents the perfection of the automotive industry and owes its inspiration to the Aermacchi MB-339A jet aircraft used by the Italian tricolors. The shuttle was cast from one aluminum piece and polished by hand to get a special, almost transparent finish.
Pagani stated that all aluminum parts of the Pagani Huayra Tricolore model come in aero-certified alloys, anodized in beautiful blue. Under the hood of the new model is the famous six-liter V12 engine from AMG, created especially for the Italian manufacturer, a powerful line of engines in charge of creating 829 hp and 1,010 Nm of torque. The limited series will feature just three copies of the new hypercar, each of which will be available on the market for $ 6.7 million.