The official Japanese Pagani dealer is Bingo Sports which was more than happy to present the Pagani Huayra in Tokyo for the very first time with this particular Huayra featuring a unique black paintjob with carbon fiber accents including the air flaps at the front and rear. Unsurprisingly, Pagani founder and chief designer Horacio Pagani unveiled this exclusive piece of automotive art.
When discussing the events and the Japanese market as a whole, Horacio Pagani said, “Japan is a crucial market for Pagani Automobili, the Japanese attention on the details, cutting edge technology and design stands out as worldwide benchmark. We are delighted that our efforts in trying to make a supercar that conveys not only a state of the art technology, but also a personal and refined design have been appreciated and so warmly welcomed. We are honoured that people in Japan see our creation as a collectors item, not just as a supercar”.
To remind you, at the heart of the Huayra is the M158 twelve-cylinder bit-urbo engine sourced through AMG. This is a new unit developed together with the German engineers at Affolterbach to meet Pagani’s specific needs in terms of technical specification and quality. From that engine, AMG managed to extract an astonishing 720hp and 1,000Nm of maximum torque.