Petrol heads of South Africa rejoice, one of the world’s most powerful and expensive cars, the Pagani Huayra, has touched down at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.
Photos of Italian made, twin-turbocharged marvel of engineering quickly went viral, as its not every day a R30 million hyper-car roles across local tarmac.
It was reported that the Huayra was transported to Daytona Motors in Melrose Arch on Monday 2 March, in the afternoon, home to a variety of supercars including Aston Martin, McLaren, and Rolls-Royce.
Pictures were taken of the Huayra before its handlers had a chance to properly unload it from its shipping constraints, and the fact that it’s dripping wet only adds to the over all aesthetic of this Italian masterpiece.
A bonkers Pagani Huayra Roadster BC seems to have landed at OR Tambo today…
📷 via @Brettslotsky
— Zero2Turbo.com (@Zero2Turbo) March 2, 2020
More about the Pagani Huayra
-The Pagani Huayta can accelerate from 0–97 km/h in 2.2 seconds and has a claimed top speed in excess of 380 km/h.
-The factory only makes 30 cars per year, each car taking eight to 10 months to build.
-The Huayra’s body is made from carbotanium; a composition of carbon fibre and titanium, resulting in the body being reasonably lightweight and strong