We faced a lot of speculations regarding the name of the future Italian supercar which is designed to replace the Pagani Zonda. All the assumptions started when the first teaser has been published on the Internet. At that time we were talking about Pagani C9, as that was all we knew at that time.
Shortly after this, the Italian manufacturer claimed that the new supercar could be named Huayra which means wind in the Quechua dialect. Lately, according to the second teaser released by Pagani we found that the new supercar which will be unveiled at Geneva will be called Deus Venti.
The new Pagani Deus Venti is rumored to hide under the bonnet a 6.0-liter V12 engine able to develop around 700 horsepower, the engine is question following to be borrowed from AMG. Recently the Italian supercar has been caught on the road while the engineers were testing the incoming Deus Venti.