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
But Horacio Pagani wants the soul of traditional materials too. So the leather would keep a polo team happy. Aluminium is crafted into human forms; the central console is machined from a solid billet, and set into it is a set of switches designed to look like clarinet keys.
Above those keys is a multifunction screen taking care of the usual hi-fi, phone and nav business. Pretty well everything else is controlled from steering-wheel buttons and switches. It seems cruel to call them that. They're works of jewellery. As are the instrument faces. Expensive ones, as he mentioned.