There’s this new promotional video of the Pagani Huayra supercar, and it opens by explaining why the 700-horsepower wonder is named the way it is. Of course, given the sheer power of the car, few vehicles can lay claim to being the very embodiment of the wind.
Watch the video to see the Huayra show off its curves as it traverses mountainside roads and seaside highways, in what is easily among the most breathtaking vehicle footage we’ve seen after some time. That’s thanks to a high level of attention to detail plus some nice cinematography put into the production of the video. The visuals are also accompanied by a nice tribal soundtrack that really helps set the mood.
Not everything in the video revolved around the myth and legend behind the Huayra name, however. In what was a surprising revelation to many, the video showed the world the supercar’s nose-mounted air brakes. You’ll see them being deployed at the 1:56 mark of the video.
Fish-mouth front end aside, the Huayra is already gaining much popularity among enthusiasts, thanks to its sleek design and tremendous performance. It is powered by an AMG-sourced twin turbo V12, the beating heart of this “God of Wind.”