Rumor: Pagani C9 To Be Called Huayra
Pagani will display the production version of the model that was named C9 on January 26. Meanwhile, the Italians of Al Volante announced that the model will be called Huayra.
The successor of Pagani Zonda, codenamed Pagani C9, might be called Huayra. The information comes from the Italians of Al Volante, which already offered a logical explanation for this name. For now, the Pagani officials have not commented about this matter, the supercar builder being cautious when making statements of this kind. The debut of Pagani Huayra will be made on January 26, so the fans fascinated by this model will see the new Pagani supercar soon.
Huayara means “wind” in the Quechua South American dialect. The respective language was spoken in the aria where now Argentina is, the home country of Horacio Paganic. So, there’s a logical explanation behind this name. Anyway it’s best to wait three more weeks to learn the truth about the next Pagani supercar.
Regarding the pronunciation of the new name, some of the customers will certainly have problems. Both the Chinese and the Scandinavians or the Americans would have serious problems in pronouncing this name, not to talk about the salesmen of the brand, which will have to say this name correctly. Unlike other automakers, almost all important decisions regarding Pagani brand are taken by one man, the founder of the company.