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
You couldn't see the styling because the panels weren't on. There wasn't much of that eye-catching leather, and the interior parts were unbolted, waiting the attentions of the small team of engineers. Now even a Veyron is a bit higgledy-piggledy if you see it with the panels off, all its organs and veins and nerves having been jammed wherever there's space. But it was clear the Huayra is tidy and beautiful to its core, like the McLaren F1. That's because both of them were thought through from end to end by an individual as a consistent entity. It's a vision made real.