Chris Harris Drives the Pagani Huayra


British journo drives the spectacular supercar in the only way he knows how. Like a hooligan.

Every automotive journalist worth his driving mocs is eager to get his hands on the new Pagani Huayra, but among the first in line is veteran British motor-scribe Chris Harris.

So what does the affable Harris have to say about the 730-horsepower supercar? The fearsomely powerful and just as handsome Huayra is as aesthetically pleasing as it is a hoot to drive, with a power-to-weight ratio equal to the Bugatti Veyron channeled through the rear wheels... with the traction control switched off. It's unlikely those that can afford to buy this car will attempt to drift it around a narrow Mountain pass, but Harris can't resist. That's just what he does.

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