The Huarya finally makes its debut to the world after seven years development, prototyping and 300,000 miles of testing. The Huarya is the successor of Zonda, debuted more than a decade ago, sports a hand assembled Mercedes-Benz V-12 AMG engine that is cable of producing about 700-horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque.
Composed and built with the lightweight materials, this two-passenger car only weights 2970 pounds. All components used to manufacture this car meet European and American safety regulations. Equipped with a 22.5-gallon fuel tank, the Huayra meets EU5 and LEV2 emission standards.
There is no word for pricing or when it will be on sale, but the Huayra will make it to North America and Europe.