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Pagani preparing for electric future - report
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17th Apr 2018
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Pagani preparing for electric future - report

Pagani is getting ready to end production of the Huayra, raising a fairly big question: what's next for the Italian-Argentinian hypercar maker? According to a report by Road & Track, the brand's future could be electric. Although the story makes clear there are no plans to end internal-combustion development, it's clear Horacio Pagani, company founder, is looking to electric motors for potential future models. "There is electric-car research already ongoing," Pagani told Road & Track.
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Scott Collie
Pagani Huayra Lampo revealed
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18th Dec 2017
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Pagani Huayra Lampo revealed

Italian supercar specialist Pagani has taken the wraps off the Huayra Lampo, a one-off version of its hypercar co-developed with Lapo Elkann - grandson of former Fiat CEO, Gianni Agnelli. While many will draw comparisons between 'Lampo' and Italian rival Lamborghini, the word 'lampo' means 'lightning' - a striking name for a striking car, obviously.
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James Wong
'Drift King' to drive Pagani Huayra BC at World Time Attack in Sydney
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15th Aug 2016
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'Drift King' to drive Pagani Huayra BC at World Time Attack in Sydney

The Pagani Huayra BC, an even more hyper version of the company’s Huayra hypercar, is coming to Sydney for the World Time Attack Challenge (WTAC) in October. Not only will the circa-$3 million vehicle be on display at the WTAC Pit Zone during the event, it will also hit the Sydney Motorsport Park (SMSP) race track for a “full noise lap” during WTAC’s Midday Mayhem on both days of the event (14-15 October).
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James Wong
Pagani Huayra denied for US due to lack of advanced airbag
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10th Aug 2011
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Pagani Huayra denied for US due to lack of advanced airbag

The recently unveiled Pagani Huayra has been denied entry in the US after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration refused to give it an exemption to the US design rule which states all cars much have an advanced airbag. It's predicted to cost Pagani around 3.2 million euros ($4.45 million) to develop the airbags for the new supercar.
Brett Davis
Video: Pagani Huayra teaser 3
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16th Jan 2011
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Video: Pagani Huayra teaser 3

Pagani has released yet another teaser video showcasing elements of the upcoming Pagani Huayra model. Like the previous videos, not much external detail has been revealed. We do get a glimpse of some of the interior though, including the steering wheel.
Brett Davis