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Pagani Huayra Options List Shows That Nothing About This Supercar Is Cheap


Pagani Huayra, 2013 Geneva Motor Show

Pagani Huayra, 2013 Geneva Motor Show

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The Pagani Huayra might be too classy for an online configurator, but even a 700-horsepower supercar comes with an options list. The Supercar Kids (via World Car Fans) reportedly have it. While we're not 100-percent sure of the list's authenticity, the prices listed for options are pretty amusing.

The Huayra itself has a base price of 1,056,000 euros, or about $1,425,000 at today's exchange rate. For that price, buyers get a 6.0-liter, twin-turbocharged AMG V-12 with 700 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of torque. That's enough to hurl the Huayra to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds, and a claimed top speed of 235 mph.

Also standard is a seven-speed automated-manual transmission, a set of carbon-ceramic brakes, and a titanium exhaust system, among other things. Buyers can spend significantly more if they want to, though.

The most expensive item is the full carbon bodywork option, which goes for $151,807. You could buy a few pretty nice cars for that price. Naked carbon fiber is more expensive no matter where it is on the car. The Huayra comes standard with a front splitter, but the visible carbon fiber treatment costs about $1,214.

Also available is a rearview camera. This is an item that's standard on an $18,955 Honda Civic, but costs $6,612 to add to a Huayra. Given the Pagani's lack of rear visibility, it's probably a box many buyers will check.

Buyers can also opt for a seven-piece luggage set, presumably designed to fit into whatever nooks and crevices are available for storage. The list price is roughly $20,173; enough to buy that Civic and a suitcase.

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