2014 Pagani Huayra La Monza Lisa

Now that the Pagani Zonda and its countless special editions is dead and buried, the Italian supercar manufacturer can finally focus on the Huayra and the bespoke iterations customers are demanding. We’ve already seen one such model reach U.S. dealerships earlier in 2014 , and a second supercar just landed on American soil, this time around in Kris Singh’s garage.

Known as a passionate car collector, Singh joined the exclusive club of Pagani Huayra supercar owners by taking delivery of his unique, La Monza Lisa edition. The first Huayra to feature a special name, Singh’s Pagani showcases a bare carbon-fiber finish and wears a custom Italian Tricolore stripe down its nose, roof and engine bonnet. Adding to its uniqueness is a set of chrome, seven-spoke rims usually seen on the track-confined Pagani Zonda R . A "Pagani" vanity plate rounds off Singh’s Huayra, which is set to turn many heads.

Just like his rare Lamborghini Veneno and the Huracan he’s about to receive will do.

Engine-wise, the Huayra La Monza Lisa is as stock as it gets. Residing under the long rear hood is the same, AMG-sourced, 6.0-liter V-12 that sends 730 horsepower and 740 pound-feet of torque to the wheels and a piercing note through that sexy, center-mounted exhaust.

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Pagani Huayra

Pagani Huayra

Introduced for the 2012 model year as a successor to the almighty Zonda, Pagani’s very first supercar, the Huayra uses the same carbon-titanium monocoque construction and AMG-sourced engine as the its forerunner. At the heart of the supercar lies a bi-turbo, 6.0-liter V-12 rated 730 horsepower and 740 pound-feet of torque that mates to a seven-speed, sequential transmission.

The drivetrain sends the Huayra flying from naught to 60 mph in only 3.2 seconds, while top speed sits at a mind-boggling 230 mph. The supercar withstands 1.66g of lateral acceleration. Soon to be followed by a Roadster and a track-ready Nurburgring Edition , the Huayra will hit the streets in many custom guises and limited-edition forms.


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