Thursday, August 11, 2011

U.S. Authorities Refused to Allow Sale of Italian Supercar in America

U.S. authorities have refused to allow the sale of Italian supercar ‘Huayra’, twin-turbocharged 12-cylinder carbon-titanium car, due to less-than-required safety standards followed by Pagani, the manufacturer of Huayra.

Italian automaker Pagani had plans to start selling $1 million, 700 horsepower Huayra supercar in the U.S. later this year but federal safety regulators have said "Not so fast."

At about 3,000 pounds, Pagani boasts that the Huayra is the lightest car in its class, enabling it to go from a zero to 60 miles per hour in about 3.5 seconds.

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