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Pagani Huayra

The Pagani Huayra ( pronounced Why-Rah) is a new Supercar designed by Pagani Automobili Italia. This new $1,150,000.00 supercar replaces the Pagani Zonda. As we can remember the Zonda is a pantomime supercar with a large 7.3 Liter AMG-Mercedes V12 or in later models a 6.0 Liter AMG-Mercedes V12 which produces 394 PS ( Zonda C12 ) – 740PS ( Zonda R {6.0 T.Turbo V12}). With a Kerb weight of less than 1250kg . The Zonda weighs less than a Volkswagen Jetta 1.4TSI . The Pagani Huayra has a Kerb weight of 1350 kg. The new Huayra has the same 6.0 Liter Twin Turbo found in the Zonda R and the Mercedes SL65 AMG Black Series but modified to reduce Turbo Lag.Engine And PerformanceENGINE : 6.0 LITER TWIN TURBO AMG-MERCEDES V12.
TORQUE: 1000 N-m (737lb-ft )

    Like many high-performance cars, the Huayra uses dry sump lubrication. This has several key benefits including guaranteeing oil flow even when the car is subjected to extreme lateral acceleration, preventing “oil surge” which allows the engine to operate more efficiently while the lack of an oil pan allows the engine mounted lower, lowering the car’s center of gravity and improving handling.
A water / oil heat exchanger reduces engine warm-up times on cold days and helps maintain a stable temperature for refrigerant and lubricant.
To minimize the use of pipes and fittings (and the overall weight of the vehicle), the expansion tank is mounted directly on the engine. Intercooler fins act as an expansion tank circuit at low temperatures.
The titanium exhaust system was designed and built by MHG-Fahrzeugtechnik. Hydroformed joints were developed to reduce back pressure and ensure a free flow exhaust. Titanium reduces the weight of the exhaust system while the Inconel silencers improve reliability in the most exposed parts of the exhaust at high temperatures. The entire system weighs less than 10 kg (22 lb).
     The Huayra uses a carbotanium monocoque construction.  Advanced composite materials that are used on the Huayra were first used on the Zonda R. The car features gull-wing doors. The fuel tank is positioned behind the driver.
      The Pagani Huayra is different from its predecessor in that it incorporates active aerodynamics. It is capable of changing the height of the front from the ground and independently operating four flaps placed at the rear and front of the car. The behavior of the flaps is managed by a dedicated control unit that is fed information from systems such as the ABS and ECU, which pass on information about the car’s speed, yaw rate, lateral acceleration, steering angle and throttle position.  This is intended to achieve minimal drag coefficient or maximum downforce depending on the situation.  The system also prevents excess body roll in the corners by raising the “inside” flaps (i.e. the left ones in a left-handed corner and vice-versa), increasing the downforce on that side of the car. The rear flaps also act as an airbrake. Under hard braking, both the front suspension and the two rear flaps are raised to counteract weight transfer to the front wheels and keep the whole car very stable, for instance when entering a corner. Air from the radiator is extracted through an arch in the bonnet at an angle that is designed not to affect the streamline around the body. The side air intakes behind the front wheels create a low pressure zone, resulting in downforce.
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