Feast your eyes on Pagani's latest bespoke Huayra supercar.
Presenting the Pagani Huayra Lampo, the latest in a long line of one-off Huayra supercars. For its latest bespoke creation, Pagani teamed up with Lapo Elkann to create a unique Huayra inspired by the Fiat Turbina Concept, and it's a feast for the eyes. Revealed in 1954, the Fiat Turbina was a 295-hp turbine-powered sports car with an astonishing drag coefficient of only 0.14. It featured a bespoke two-tone red and white livery, and the supercar sports a similar livery in homage.
The Lampo, which is Italian for the word "lightning", features shades of red paint applied to the carbon fiber panels, while Italian flags adorn the rear wheel arches and Brembo brake calipers. It also benefits from additional carbon fiber body parts taken from the 740-hp Huayra BC, as well as wider front air intake openings that enhance the maximum air flow to the engine by 5.35 percent. Elsewhere, the wheels and aluminium body elements are finished in gold in a nod to the old Fiat logo. The bespoke Huayra has been created for the Milan-based car customisation company Garage Italia Customs and took two years to develop, making it one of the longest projects Pagani has undertaken.
It's powered by the same Mercedes-AMG-sourced 6.0-liter V12 engine as the regular Huayra, though it's a shame it hasn't inherited the Huayra BC more powerful 790-hp unit. "Working with Garage Italia Customs on this car has been a pleasure," said Pagani boss Horacio Pagani. "A beautiful and very interesting exercise which allowed us to move away from the shoreline, to dare and to discover always more." The interior is just as striking as the beautiful body, featuring chequered brown leather hand-crafted by an artisan in Turin. Continuing the theme, the cabin also features exposed aluminum anodized in bronze and carbon fiber trim.