TG meets the Pagani Huayra
Come with us for a closer look at the sensational Zonda successor, after last week’s packed public debut in Geneva
Posted: 08 Jun 2012
Acceleration figures aren't out there yet, but it's clearly going to be extraordinary, especially once it hits its stride - Horacio admits 0-60 won't be record-breaking, because from a standstill all that torque will make a mockery of the two driven tyres. Maybe that's why Bosch has been working on the traction control and ESP since 2007 and hasn't given the prototype back yet. The tyres are rated to 370kph. I asked, yes, but what will the car do? Horacio replied 370. That's the far side of 230mph. The tyres are also rated for 1.5g lateral. Enough to pull your arms out of their sockets.