2019 Pagani Huayra is a supercar made by Pagani Automobil in Italian Modena since 2012. Pagani Huayra 2019 is different from his predecessor, Zonda, especially with regard to active aerodynamic control in the model. The Pagani Huayra is able independently to change the bow height from the ground and to control the two bow and two wing blades. The activities of the wings are guided by their own units, which receive their knowledge among others. The cooling air intake of the engine is arranged on the top of the hood that is positioned optimally for currents. The exhaust air intake at the rear of the front wheelchairs is designed to create a mild vacuum and thus improve downforce.
The 2019 Huayra material of the self-supporting body of Huayra is Carbotanium Composite, a product patented by Pagana’s specializing in the development of carbon fiber and composite materials, Modena Design. There are twisted filaments made of titanium woven on quadrilateral fibreboards. This advanced composite material was first used in the Zonda R car body. Doors are long splinters. The fuel tank made of the ballistic material is placed behind the driver. Huayra’s weight ratio is 44% in front and 56% in the back.
2019 Pagani Huayra Technology
2019 Pagani Huayra at the Geneva Motor Show. The car is equipped with custom-made Brembo brake calipers, plates and dies. The brake calipers are front and rear four pins. Porous ceramic brake discs have a diameter of 380 mm and a thickness of 34 mm. The car’s maximum speed is reportedly above 370 km / h and the acceleration of 0-100 km / h takes 3.3 seconds. The weight of the car is 1350 kg, so the power to weight ratio is 1.8 hp/kg. With full acceleration, this imposes rigid demands on tires for rear-wheel drive, which naturally have to be approved for road transport. Huayra uses Pirelli tires; front 255/35 ZR 19 and rear 335/30 ZR 20.
2019 Pagani Huayra Engine
As a power source, Huayra uses the Mercedes-AMG V12 twin-turbo M158 engine, which has a displacement of 5980cc and produces 730 horsepower, with a maximum torque of 1000 Nm. It is tailor-made to the needs of Pagan’s aspirations: The engine’s original steering values have been changed, the air cooler is different from the original and the flywheels are smaller. These changes have made for a smaller turbine and a better accelerator response.
As with high-performance engines, it is common practice for Huayras to use dry pumping. This arrangement makes it possible to use a much smaller oil sump so that the engine can be lowered to lower the center of gravity of the entire vehicle. Outside the engine, oil pumps are also easier to service and the lubrication system works efficiently even if the vehicle is subjected to high G forces. Although in this type of vehicle Fuel Consumption falls into less important metrics and may have major disparities due to driving habits, registration of car road traffic requires many countries to report this reading. Huayra’s fuel consumption, measured in accordance with the US EPA standard, is 23 l / 100 km in the city and 17 l / 100 km in the road.
2019 Pagani Huayra Transmission
The 2019 Huayra gearbox is a seven-step sequential gearbox and the clutch is a dry individual. Even though the dual clutch gears are capable of swift gear shifting, they have a larger weight on their minus side. At Huayra, the effort to reduce the structure and durability dictated the choice of solution and weight saved more than 70kg, while the gearbox and 2019 Pagani Huayra transmission were now weighing 96kg.