Thirteen Paganis tour through Italy
Family reunions of distant cousins can be dull occasions. But when the family is Pagani, that’s a different matter entirely...
Posted: 12 Aug 2013
Later, we wind through the Tuscan mountains, where the true, rare and brutal speed of the Huayra is unleashed. With a better power-to-weight ratio than a Bugatti Veyron and a linear, almost lagless power delivery, the rate at which it picks up speed is shocking. Sitting in a roomier cabin than in the Zonda, head pinned back to the seat, the world gushes past at a substantial rate. I try to peek at the speedo. There are a lot of kilometres an hour on the clock. Trying to convert it into real money is hard work, but before I can, the front splitter crashes into the tarmac knocking my calculations straight out of my head. I settle for knowing that the Huayra is bloody quick, and leave it at that.