In the world of supercars, there’s super…then there is superlative. The Italian-made Pagani is the latter. Constructed of a carbon-fiber/aluminum sandwich, the car is under 1500 pounds in weight, then powered by a 730hp V-12 engine by AMG, with a seven-speed sequential gearbox that can be operated by paddle shifters or a traditional gearshift. This throws the car from 0-60mph in 3.2 seconds, and it tops out at 230mph.


The interior has had-stitched leather, carbon fiber, and aluminum, with a suite of electronics, including the ability to change the color of the dashboard lighting to suit your mood. You get into the sumptuous cabin through gullwing doors. The mirrors look like leaves on stalks growing out of the front of the vehicle. Pirelli designed tires specifically for the car to allow an astonishing 1.66g lateral acceleration.

But let someone else do a better job of describing this masterpiece of automotive artistry…Top Gear‘s Richard Hammond:

Game specs…

PM: +2   RED: 2   CRUS: 100   MAX: 230   RNG: 250 FCE: 1   STR: 4   COST: $1.5m US

GM Information: The Huayra gains an additional +1EF to Pursue/Flee.