Limited-run hypercar scores energy improve and fighter jet-inspired styling.
The 2021 Pagani Huayra Tricolore has been formally unveiled in a single day.
Just three examples of the Tricolore shall be constructed to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the Italian Air Force’s official aerobatics staff, the ‘313° Gruppo Addestramento Acrobatic’ (also referred to as the Frecce Tricolori), based in March 1961, which has since grown to develop into the world’s largest aerobatics patrol.
Priced from €5.5 million (AU$8.8 million), the Tricolore might be differentiated from its ‘normal’ Huayra range-mates by an assortment of distinctive styling components, all reportedly impressed by the Aermacchi MB-339A P.A.N. fighter jet.
Up entrance, a revised entrance bumper with a bigger splitter and new aspect extractors maximise intercooler effectivity and ship “a totally new aerodynamic profile”, whereas in the direction of the rear a brand new roof scoop helps feed air into the V12 engine and information air over the reshaped rear wing.
The form of the rear wing helps are impressed by the tail fin of the aforementioned jet, whereas a bigger rear diffuser ups downforce and “[maximises] the extraction of air from the underbody.”
Pagani has additionally put in a Pitot tube – utilized by plane to measure macroscopic air pace, by measuring air – into the Huayra Tricolore’s entrance ‘bonnet’, a nod to the hypercar’s airborne inspiration. Aircraft-inspired anodised aluminium is used for the aspect air intakes and entrance headlight surrounds.
All three Huayra Tricolores shall be completed in a clear blue carbon-fibre exterior end, adorned with inexperienced, white and purple decals alongside the perimeters of the automotive, signifying it and the Air Force’s Italian heritage.
The fighter jet inspiration continues contained in the cabin, the place highlights embrace a brand new gear knob – carved from a block of aluminium and carbon, specifically milled after which hand-polished – plus composite flooring mats and white and blue two-tone seats, the latter impressed by the unique Zonda Tricolore of 2010, which celebrated the aerobatics staff’s fiftieth anniversary.
Italian flag-inspired, tri-colour stripes adorn the leather-based sections of the seats, the Frecce Tricolori’s brand is embroidered into the headrests and four-point harnesses, whereas an anemometer on high of the dashboard shows the car’s airspeed, utilizing knowledge from the aforementioned Pitot tube on the ‘bonnet’.
Powering the Pagani Huayra Tricolore is a variant of the 6.0-litre twin-turbocharged, Mercedes-AMG-developed V12 engine because the ‘common’ Huayra, uprated to supply 618kW of energy and 1100Nm of torque (from 2000-5600rpm).
Drive is distributed to the rear wheels via an electromechanical rear differential and a seven-speed automated guide transmission, with Pagani claiming the latter suggestions in 35 per cent lighter than an equal dual-clutch ‘field, whereas that includes a 4 per cent lighter clutch than earlier Huayra fashions.
While Pagani hasn’t launched efficiency figures, the Tricolore’s potent V12 engine and featherweight 1270kg kerb mass – the latter due to a carbon-fibre monocoque chassis with titanium components – ought to allow a sub-three second dash from zero to 100km/h.
A set of 20-inch entrance and 21-inch rear alloy wheels fill the arches – with a design impressed by an plane propeller – wrapped in 265/30 entrance and 355/25 rear Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tyres.
They conceal giant Brembo ventilated carbon-ceramic brakes, measuring 398mm up entrance with six-piston callipers, and 380mm on the rear with four-piston calipers.
Adaptive dampers characteristic as normal, complementing aluminium alloy triangle arms in any respect 4 corners.
Just three Pagani Huayra Tricolores shall be constructed, with even the construct quantity being a reference to the Frecce Tricolori, specifically the “three primary leaders” of the aerobatics formation: the Commander (quantity 0), Head of Formation (number one) and the Soloist (quantity 10).
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2021 Pagani Huayra Tricolore revealed