Aug 09

Cars: 2011 Pagani Huayra May Not Make It To U.S. Market!

Pagani Huayra – which was named after Aymaran, the wind god – was frist shown to the the public eye back in January, when the pictures of twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V-12, with rate at 700 horsepowers, leaked all over the internet. Even though the first car was officially delivered to the US customer last week, yet, U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration had not so positive news. According to U.S.NHTSA, “The company will have to install advanced airbags into the super car because the US NHTSA had denied them the airbag waiver provided to Tesla and Lamborghini in the past.” So Pagani now have two choice: to forget the idea of bring Huayra to United States soil or spend at least $5.7 million in addition to install the required amount of airbags. If they choose the last one, then the prices for the car in the U.S. Market will obviously rise. However, if they decide to go for the first choice and forgo the U.S. Market entirely, then U.S. won’t have a chance to experience one of the world’s greatest supercar once again. The final decision is to be made, until then check the pictures of this beauty inside.