Horatio Pagani joined forces with Lapo Elkann, grandson of the founder of Fiat, and created a special version of his supercar Huayra called Lampo. The novelty is made in a single copy. It was dedicated to the concept of Fiat Turbina in 1954, which had a two-color red and white livery and a turbocharged engine. Supercar received a similar color scheme.
Under the beautiful red shade of paint, a body of carbon is visible. And that’s not all of the carbon fiber. Pagani Huayra Lampo received additional details from the same lightweight material borrowed from Huayra BC. For example, the novelty also has large front air intakes.
Also there is a popular theme of the Pagani national flag of Italy. Tricolor can be found on brake calipers. Interior refinement includes a new checkered upholstery of chairs with brown expensive leather, as well as inserts of anodized aluminum, bronze and carbon.
The power unit Pagani Huayra Lampo has not undergone any changes compared to the standard version. In the engine compartment you can see the 6.0-liter V12 Twin Turbo engine with 730 horsepower and 1000 Nm of torque.