On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the Frecce Tricolori, Pagani Automobili is pleased to present the Pagani Huayra Tricolore. Only three examples will be built as a tribute to the Italian Air Force Aerobatic Team. The 313th Aerobatic Training Group – the official name of the Italian Air Force Department founded on 1 March 1961 at the Rivolto military base – better known as the National Aerobatic Patrol (Pattuglia Acrobatica Nazionale, P.A.N.) or the Frecce Tricolori, is heir to an all-Italian tradition of collective aerobatics with roots that go all the way back to the 1920s. With their ten Aermacchi MB-339A P.A.N. jets, nine flying in formation and one solo, the Frecce Tricolori are one of the most famous aerobatic patrols in the world. They have dazzled an international audience of spectators for over half a century with their unparalleled aerobatics, demonstrating the dexterity and skill of which only the best pilots are capable. Once again three unique creations, an ultra-limited edition to capture another unrepeatable moment in time.
In fact, the flight of these ten aircraft represents a combination of perfection, discipline and the highest professionalism, the quintessence of group unity but also a sense of beauty. Theirs is a single mission: to display the tricolour of the Italian flag across the skies. In 2010, Pagani paid tribute to 50 years of such excellence by presenting the Zonda Tricolore, a Hypercar of which only three examples were made. Today it is one of the most exclusive and sought-after Zonda models in circulation. In 2020, the Frecce Tricolori reach their 60th anniversary and Pagani is about to celebrate this new milestone by adding another piece to a mosaic created from passion, tradition and the spirit of collaboration. Created in an ultra-limited edition, the Pagani Huayra Tricolore evokes the unmistakable lines of the air patrol’s Aermacchi jets and combines, in every detail, aeronautical science and the elegance of form, once again pushing the concept of an ultra high performance car another step forward.
Throughout history, right from the initial training practices, aerobatics has also served to demonstrate the skills of pilots and aircraft, the technological knowledge and the skills of men who designed new flight manoeuvres. Working well at the highest level is today the core identity of the Air Force’s aerobatic group, whose squadron flies jet aircraft capable of a speed of 898 km/h above sea level and able to perform the most extreme manoeuvres in the Frecce Tricolori aerobatic repertoire, thanks to their ingenious design. In some very low speed figures, in fact, the advanced aerodynamics of the MB-339A means the powerful aircraft will never stall and enables its engine to collaborate even in the most complex and risky manoeuvres. Creating a car that is safe and reliable in all conditions is one of the key objectives of the design and development of every Pagani project, and the design flair of an aircraft like the MB-339A of the National Aerobatic Patrol has, from this point of view and many others, been an enormous source of inspiration for the development of Huayra Tricolore.
The Pagani Huayra Tricolore represents a concentration of specifically aeronautical concepts and technologies developed for a car. The new chassis made from the latest generation composite materials, such as Carbo-Titanium HP62 G2 and Carbo-Triax HP62, has enabled considerable improvement in mechanical properties, in terms of torsional and flexural rigidity, The geometry of the suspension assembly is designed to effectively transfer all 840 HP of the Pagani V12 to the ground, reducing dive and roll effects, during braking and cornering respectively. In combination with the electronically-controlled active shock absorbers, interconnected with the active aerodynamics to further enhance the stability of the vehicle. The Huayra Tricolore is powered by the new Pagani V12, the twin-turbo engine specially developed by Mercedes-AMG, capable of delivering 618 kW (840 HP) at 5900 rpm and 1100 Nm of torque from 2000 to 5600 rpm in its latest version. All the power and exceptional responsiveness of the engine are transferred to the ground by the seven-speed sequential gearbox with electromechanical differential.
Engine: Pagani V12 60° 36 valves 5980 cc twin-turbo, developed specifically for Pagani by Mercedes AMG
Power: 618 kW (840 HP) at 5900 RPM
Torque: 1100 Nm from 2000 to 5600 RPM
Transmission: Rear-wheel drive GEARBOX: Xtrac AMT transverse 7-speed with electromechanical differential
Brakes: Brembo 4 ventilated carbon-ceramic discs: Front 398×36 mm with monolithic callipers with 6 pistons; Rear 380×34 mm with monolithic callipers with 4 pistons
Wheels: APP monolithic aluminium alloy forgings: Front 20 inches; Rear 21 inches
Tyres: Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R: Front 265/30 R20; Rear 355/25 R21
Suspension: Double independent triangle arms forged in aluminium alloy, electronically controlled coil springs and shock absorbers
Chassis: Monocoque in Pagani Carbo-Titanium HP62 G2 and Carbo-Triax HP62 with tubular steel front and rear subframes
Dry Weight: 1270 kg
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