Pagany Huayra BC Low-poly 3D model
The Pagani Huayra is a super sports car produced by the Italian car company Pagani, founded by the self-taught Argentine Horacio Pagani. The name comes from huayra, which means wind in the Quechua language. It was presented on February 18, 2011 at the Pirelli headquarters in Milan, holding the title of being the most expensive serial production car in the world, with a value exceeding two million euros.1 At the time of its presentation in The Geneva Motor Show already had orders for more than half a hundred units. It is a two-seater with a central rear engine, with a coupé body. The opening of its doors is of the seagull wing type. It is built on two semi-chassis, front and rear, made of carbotanium (with a final weight of 1350 kilograms), which provide greater resistance, saving weight. The car retains the characteristic lines of its predecessor, the Pagani Zonda, but is more stylized. Its engine is a Mercedes-Benz AMG, twelve cylinders in V at 60º, biturbo, six liters of displacement, capable of providing 730 hp (537 kW) of power and 1000 Nm (738 lb-ft) of torque. Its creator, Horacio Pagani, has confessed that he would have preferred an atmospheric engine, but that the harsh environmental restrictions of the European Union forced us to think of other types of solutions that would allow the vehicle to be homologated. The gearbox is single clutch and seven speeds. A double clutch system would increase the weight by 70 kg (154 lb), spoiling the possible performance improvement. It has active aerodynamic planes, two in front and two behind. They modify the aerodynamic load automatically to achieve a step by curve with the greatest possible support, in addition to collaborating in braking. Due to its weight, it manages to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h (62 mph) in 2.94 seconds.2 It reaches a final speed of 388 km / h (241 mph) (limited for the series model), since When the Pagani Huayra was a prototype and was called C9 it was tested in South Africa on February 8, 2010 and reached a top speed of 414 km / h (257 mph). The interior of the car is extremely luxurious, as would be expected in a model of such value. It has materials such as kevlar, titanium, carbon fiber and leather of the highest quality in the market. Huayra 730s and in 2016 the pagani huayra BC was created. Limited to 20 units in the world.