Published on 05 Jan 2011 by Alison
The Pagani C9 could turn out to be called the Pagani Huayra according to trademark applications for the name. This new name (which we hope will emerge with a pronunciation guide), apparently derives from the old south american word ‘quechua’ meaning wind. This would continue a tradition of Pagani cars being named after winds or words native to its Argentinian origins, with Zonda being a wind that blows on the Andes. The first pics of the new Pagani C9 could appear at the end of this month, although the official presentation is set for the 2011 Geneva Motor Show in March.
Source | Autoblog.it