The Pagani Zonda had recently been discontinued and we’ve seen some spy shots of the replacement supercar, code named C9. According to Italian website Al Volante, Pagani has just registered the name “Huayra”, which we’re speculating is the Zonda replacement car’s name. I’m not sure how this is pronounced but do know it means “wind” and comes from an ancient South American language of Quechua. Saying “Pagani Huayra” is going to take some time getting used to.
Other than a few spy shots of the Pagani Huayra C9, we don’t know much about the supercar. It probably will be powered by a V12 engine and have more horsepower than the car it replaces. And since it’s an Italian supercar, the Pagani Huayra will have plenty of flare. Stay tuned for more information on this car in the upcoming months.