A Magnificent Mark Behind
One Stage Pagani Huayra R
At Horacio Pagani, we are used to his magnificent technically perfect design of hypersport sports cars. Horacio introduced Huayra with the designation R, which is the symbol of a radical monster for racing circuits. Huayra debuted as a replacement for the iconic Zonda. After seven years, it's time to close the Hauyri chapter and leave the scepter to a successor who will proudly present the brand. However, let's focus on the final version of this model. The factory decided to produce 30 unique specimens with the designation Huayra R. From the very obvious, it is clear that this is a radical machine with a number of custom-made carbon parts and functionality that is used in racing specials.
The highlight of the Huayra R is the bespoke engine, which was designed and manufactured by the subsidiary Mercedes HWA racing. The atmospheric 6.0-liter V12 engine can run up to 9,000 rpm and produce 838 horsepower and 553 pounds of torque. Pagani claims that the new engine has nothing to do with the 6.0-liter V12 Mercedes-AMG with a double turbo that powers the rest of the Huayra range. "It will sound like an F1 car." An old F1 car, not a new one, "says Pagani sales and marketing manager Hannes Zanon. Pagani will also offer an optional muffler to help the Huayra R reach 110-decibel noise limits for the tracks that enforce them.
The engine is mated to a racing six-speed unsynchronized sequential a ring-ring gearbox, which transmits energy to the rear wheels and is firmly mounted on the chassis, and acts as a stressed member. "The Huayra R, like the Zonda R, is the freest, most extreme, and performance-oriented Pagani car of all time," says Pagani boss Horacio Pagani. The Huayra R uses carbon-titanium for the monocoque, which increases torsional stiffness by the claimed 16 percent and flexural stiffness. 51 percent compared to the coupe, in terms of aerodynamics, at the rear is a pair of active air flaps that help create a pressure of 2205 pounds at 199 km / h, and the Huayra R is equipped with Pirelli’s slick tires from GT3 races. They are said to provide 30 to 40 percent more traction than the most comfortable tires on the street, producing only 30 Pagani Huayra Rs and a $ 3.1 million sticker on the track alone.