The Pagani Huayra is named after Wayra Tata, the Quechua (indigenous South American) wind god, and was first introduced in 2011. A total of 100-units were produced before it was discontinued in 2018, but a Vietnamese body shop decided to create one of the most impressive Pagani Huayra replicas you’ll ever see.
It took them around 500-days to complete and that included building a custom steel frame from scratch, functional gullwing doors, headlights / taillights, as well as quad exhaust pipes. Unfortunately, they were not able to recreate the twin-turbocharged Mercedes-AMG 6.0L V12 making 730hp, as a Daewoo Espero served as the donor vehicle for the engine, brakes, as well as a few other electrical components.
- This LEGO Speed Champions car model building kit features a buildable replica of one of the world's most iconic hypercars: the Pagani Utopia
- The toy car has features of the real hypercar: central 4-pipe exhaust, swooping bodywork, front grille, wheel arches and an engine beneath glass
- The cockpit of this LEGO race car toy can be opened to insert the race driver minifigure included in the set, with helmet and switchable hair