Pronounce it whichever way you wish, but the Pagani Huayra supercar is coming to the United States later this year. This will mark the first time the Italian car maker has officially sold vehicles in the country, even though Pagani's first vehicle, the Zonda, can be found in some private collections. The Huayra is named after an ancient god of wind, and is has a stylistic departure from the Zonda with a much more curvaceous shape and gullwing doors.
The supercar's performance is also even more impressive with its twin-turbo V12 capable of producing 700-horsepower while weighing in at less than 3,000 pounds. We can expect for Pagani to announce plans to unveil the Huayra in the U.S., as well as more information regarding its dealer network availability, at some point in the near future.