Watch CAR's new Pagani Huayra video review in our new road test. We shot it while on the launch of the Huayra supercar around the company's Modenese headquarters in typically bucolic Italian countryside and sunshine.
You can read more about the C9-generation Pagani Huayra here, but all you need to know is it's a largely carbon-and-unobtainium supercar to replace the Zonda. And as its shape suggests, it's devilishly fast, with a 720bhp bi-turbo V12 from AMG making this one of the fastest supercars on the planet.
Pagani says the 1350kg two-seater can top 224mph and sprint to 62mph in 3.3sec. To see what that feels like, watch CAR Magazine's new Pagani Huayra video above. Enjoy!
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