With the Pagani Huayra Tricolore, Pagani trubutes the 60 years of the ‘Frecce Tricolori’, the aerobatic squadron of the Italian airforce. The Huayra Tricolore celebrates every detail of the Aermacchi MB-339A P.A.N. (a military jet trainer). The Huayra Tricolore will be limited to only three units with a price tag of 5,5 million euro (excluding taxes). In 2010, Pagani already paid tribute to the Frecce Tricolore with the Pagani Zonda Tricolore of which also only 3 units were manufacturered. Each of the three Huayra’s will have the unique numbering: Number 0 – Commander, Number 1 – Head of Formation and Number 10 – Soloist.

Some highlights of the Huayra Tricolore:

  • Redesigned front splitter & rear diffuser.
  • New airscoop equipped with innovative air conveying system.
  • On the front hood there is a ‘Pitot tube’, the instrument allowing each aircraft to measure the macroscopic air speed.
  • APP monolithic aluminium alloy forgings wheels with a design based on the propellors of an aircraft.
  • Updated AMG V12 engine: 6,0 l V12 60° with 840 hp and 1.100 Nm between 2.000 and 5.600 rpm.
  • Xtrac AMT transverse 7-speed with electromechanical differential, which is 35% lighter than a dual clutch gearbox.
  • Monocoque in Pagani Carbo-Titanium HP62 G2 and Carbo-Triax HP62 with tubular steel front and rear subframes.
  • Double independent triangle arms forged in aluminium alloy, electronically controlled coil springs and shock absorbers.
  • Dry weight of 1.270 kg.
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