Pagani Huayra La Monza Lisa (2014)

The first one-off of the Huayra was cleverly named by it owner, the American entrepreneur and car lover Kris Singh, as La Monza Lisa.

The changes respect a normal Huayra are merely aesthetic, more precisely decorative, since the main differentiating element are the Italian flag-coloured stripes that cross its carbon fiber body dorsally from the tip of the nose to the rear exhausts and the sides. Other touches like the red brake calipers and the matching interior finish off the set.

In 2016, La Monza Lisa was upgraded with the Pacchetto Tempesta (Italian for storm package) taking advantage of a visit to the Pagani factory in Modena after it suffered a minor crash on the streets of Miami.

Huayra La Monza Lisa

Production type :

One off

Drive wheel type :

Rear wheel drive

Chassis materials :

Carbon fiber - Titanium

Body materials :

Carbon fiber

Body shape :

Two seater supercar

Road legal :

Yes

Acceleration :

(0-100 km/h)

3.3 sec

Top speed :

360 km/h

Engine layout :

Mid engined longitudinal

Specific power :

541 hp per tonne

Weight :

1350 kg

Dimensions :

(l/w/h)

4605 mm / 2036 mm / 1169 mm

Fuel consumption :

(l/100 km)

15 l/100 km

Fuel tank :

85 l

Autonomy :

567 km

Engine

Internal code :

M158

Displacement :

6l (5980 cm³)

Type :

Twin turbo charged V12 60º

Number of valves :

36 (3 per cylinder)

Max. power :

730 hp (537 kw) @ 5800 rpm

Max. torque :

1000 nm @ 2250 rpm

Max. Rpm :

Unknown

Specific output :

122 hp per litre

Brakes

  • Front

    Disc diameter :

    380 mm

    Disc material :

    Carbon ceramic

    Number of pistons :

    4


  • Rear

    Disc diameter :

    380 mm

    Disc material :

    Carbon ceramic

    Number of pistons :

    4

Transmission

Type :

Sequential

Number of gears :

7

Tyres

Manufacturer :

Pirelli

Model :

P Zero

Type :

Sport

Front dimensions :

255 / 35 / R19

Rear dimensions :

335 / 30 / R20