New Pagani Huayra promo video

The Pagani Huayra is promoted the old-fashioned way as the Italian supercar maker releases a new video

While McLaren and Ferrari promote their new P1 and LaFerrari hypercars using a wealth of planet-saving, Formula 1-developed technology, it’s quite reassuring to know Pagani has much more old-fashioned ideas.  The latest promo video for the twin-turbo V12 Huayra supercar combines stylish footage of the Zonda-replacement’s intricate details with shots of a young, scantily clad girl beckoning a member of the opposite sex into the bedroom. The video below isn’t particularly adult in content, but if you think the above might offend you then perhaps avoid clicking ‘play’. If it won’t, though, prepare yourself for a slightly over the top two minutes that might leave you wanting to drive a Pagani Huayra even more than normal.

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