Sleek and stylish, the track-only Pagani Huayra R Evo dips into hypercar territory with its naturally-aspirated 6.0L V12 engine making 888 hp and 567 lb-ft of torque. This followup to the Huayra R boosts output with a revamped trumpet-shaped intake manifold, new camshafts, and a modified exhaust system.
Suspension wise, it boasts a forged aluminum double-wishbone suspension, helical springs, and electronically controlled active shock absorbers, enabling the 2,337 pound vehicle to not only transfer all the power as well as torque of the Pagani V12-R Evo to the ground, but also provide unprecedented driving precision. To ensure you’re able to stop on a dime, it comes equipped with CCM-R self-ventilated carbon-ceramic discs paired with bespoke racing pads. Its “codalunga” (long-tail) form factor extends the front splitter by approximately 4 inches and then 7.5 inches in the rear. Pricing and availability have not yet been announced.
- This LEGO Speed Champions car model building kit features a buildable replica of one of the world's most iconic hypercars: the Pagani Utopia
- The toy car has features of the real hypercar: central 4-pipe exhaust, swooping bodywork, front grille, wheel arches and an engine beneath glass
- The cockpit of this LEGO race car toy can be opened to insert the race driver minifigure included in the set, with helmet and switchable hair
The inspiration for the design of the Huayra R Evo struck me during a Formula Indy race in Nashville: as I observed the single-seater cars with their Aeroscreens, the idea of creating a car with protective polycarbonate surfaces and the option to remove the two roof panels to be fully immersed in the allure of the air and the captivating sound of the engine, dawned on me. From that moment on, we set out with the goal of creating a beautiful car, subjective as that term may be, harmonious in its lines and strong in its character,” said Horacio Pagani, Founder & Chief Designer of Pagani Automobili.