Pagani Huayra goes all carbon on the Geneva Motor Show

The Italians at Pagani don’t really care much for a discrete appearance. Not with their standard cars and even less with the rarest of the bunch.

After giving us the F Roadster’s naked carbon fiber body and the crazy Zonda R, they’ve come to the Geneva Motor Show with a similar approach.

Pagani Huayra Carbon

Pagani Huayra Carbon

The car is new however, it’s their gem of a Pagani Huayra and it’s really stupid stunning looking in this all carbon fiber finish.

I may not be the best to call the review on it since I’m not the Pagani Huayra’s biggest design fan but a carbon fiber finish just doesn’t seem right.

Childish is probably the best way of describing it. I am aware that to some point, it’s part of a hypercar’s appeal but the Huayra isn’t exactly a beige pair of trousers to begin with.

Pagani Huayra Carbon

Pagani Huayra Carbon

Under the rear carbon fiber clam shell we find the same AMG-sourced twin-turbocharged 6.0 liter V12 with 700 horsepower and 740 lb-ft of torque.

I’d like to remind everybody that the Huayra features a carbotanium construction as standard. The Geneva car isn’t really that special, it’s just lacking its exterior paint.

With that in mind you could probably save some 6-7 pounds of weight off the final figure. That’s the equivalent of driving it naked I guess.

Pagani Huayra Carbon

Pagani Huayra Carbon

No new press release came from Pagani, no more info on the situation of its shipment to the United States and no plans for the future either.

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