Geneva Auto Show Star Pagani Huayra Coming To U.S. : The Two-Way Italian car maker Pagani is bringing it's most outrageous car yet to the United States. The Pagani Huayra — one of the stars at this year's Geneva Auto Show — offers up 700 horsepower.
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The Pagani Huayra

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Italian car maker Pagani is bringing it's most outrageous car yet to the United States. The Pagani Huayra — one of the stars at this year's Geneva Auto Show — offers up 700 horsepower from 12 cylinders and comes with a price tag of a million euros, or about $1.4 million after tax.

The Huayra is named after an Andean wind god.

Only 25 of the cars will be built this year, rising to 40 next year. There is already a waiting list of 50 people for the all-carbon-fiber vehicle. The Huayra replaces the Zonda, which reaches the end of its line with its 120th delivery.