Well it’s 2011 hub heads & with the economy/automotive market on the rebound, it’s hightime the car industry displayed and reflected the year in which we now live. a prime example of this is the all new pagani huayra hypercar from the italian mecca of supercars, & now that pagani has officially put the pagani zonda to rest it’s time for a new world’s best carbon fiber v-12 powered exotic to rule the streets. some fans of the zonda r are complaining that the new huayra is to luxurious for the brand and that the more stripped down version made for more of a real hypercar, but it’s easy for fans of the zonda to say that, but for actual owners who are spending real money (over 1+ million$) it’s a completly deferent experence when it’s your money your spending and you want to feel like you got your money’s worth. remember you’ve still got the bugatti veyron out there in the marketplace to compete with and dallor for dallor they had to lift their ameneties to continue to be competetive in that segment of the market place as did koenigsegg with their new agera. so with all that said “MIKEY’S RADICAL GARAGE” would love to welcome the 2012 “PAGANI HUAYRA” to the lineup of radical vehicals that inspire automotive dreams worldwide… Here’s another view from (AUTOBLOG) Pagani’s newest supercar can now be seen in all its glory, and we generally approve of the overall styling, despite the fact it’s got something of a bottom-feeder fascia up front. Moving past that, we see a pretty serious set of gullwing doors and enough slats, flares and strakes to fill the sketchbook of a Boeing designer. All those aero aids will surely come in handy when all the fury of the Mercedes-Benz AMG-built 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine is unleashed on the hapless pair of rear tires – the Huayra is said to be capable of speeds up near 230 miles per hour. Over 700 horsepower and about 740 pound-feet of torque will be sent to the ground through a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox. Couple that with a weight of just under 3,000 pounds – aided by copious amounts of carbon fiber – and you have the makings of a 21st century rear-wheel drive rocket ship. Inside you’ll find all the luxury touches you’d expect, including a cockpit slathered in beautiful hides and exposed aluminum and carbon fiber. You’ll also bask in the glowing blue gauges and multi-function display that controls audio, navigation and communications gadgetry. Even if we’re just a tad stuck on that front fascia, there’s simply no arguing with this level of performance.