That Aventador from the post before is a rather lovely car, but you have to take a look at this one. The Pagani Huayra 730 S is a vehicle specially ordered by an Los Angeles entrepreneur Alejandro Salomon. The car itself is really a piece of art crafted by hand, designed by an enthusiast and built using the most advanced material in the universe – carbotanium. Carbotanium is a mold of carbon fibers and titanium which makes one of the stiffest and most lightweight materials in existence. The car is built by a Pagani, a small car manufacturing company which is known for production of the carbon fiber elements for other car companies and racing teams.
The car Alejandro ordered is delivered with the brake callipers colored in accordance with the colors from the Italian flag. The golden accents on the outside are not fake and the carbon exposed is a real deal. That said, we have to tell you that every element on the Pagani Huayra is bolted using titanium bolts and every one of them is positioned in the exact the same way.
The engine inside is handcrafted by AMG (yes, that AMG) and from a 6 liter capacity, 12 cylinders with turbochargers and specially developed intakes, the engine develops 730 HP. That is enough to propel the car to a speed of 62 mph in 3.3 seconds. The top speed is limited at 230 mph.
We do not know the price of the car, but here you can see Alejandro Salomon picking up his vehicle from the AutoGallery at Beverly Hills. He came to pick up his Huayra in a Smart ForTwo, for a good reason.