The Pagani Huayra is probably the most exquisitely crafted supercars money can buy. While, the rest of the lot a more track focused and made up mostly of carbon fiber and alcantara, the Huayra is known for its machined aluminum interior components and titanium bolts with laser engraved Pagani logo. The amount of attention to detail that goes into making a Huayra is difficult to explain in words. It is something that is to be experienced. And the other factor is the sound it makes.
The Pagani Huayra is powered by a 7.3-liter V-12 engine twin-turbocharged to produce 700 hp and 740 lb-ft of torque. All of which comes courtesy of fossil fuels only. Now, there’s a group of people who always crib about the fact that adding a turbocharger to a V-12 ruins the engine note. Supercars in recent times have found a way to improve the acoustic experience and one example is the Mclaren P1, which too uses a twin-turbocharged engine. However, the Pagani Huayra’s setup creates the most outrageous sounds with the application of the throttle. The video below will allow you to gauge the outrageous -ness that I am talking about.
Pagani Huayra POV:
Source: Marchettino via Youtube