2011 Geneva Auto ShowJust the Facts:
- The supercar interior is detailed in the latest video.
- There's still some confusion about the real name — is it Huayra or Deusventi?
- No question about the price: $1 million-plus.
SAN CESARIO SUL PANARO, Italy — Pagani Automobili continues to build suspense prior to the upcoming launch of its new supercar, with a second teaser video that shows off details of the interior.
There remains some confusion, however, as to the car's name. The company in Europe has trademarked the name Huayra, which means "wind" in Quechua, the ancient language of the central Andes. But Pagani also tagged its earlier video "Deus Venti," which is Latin for "god of the winds."
The latest video was posted on YouTube by AutoInformatiefTV, a unit of Dutch Web site AutoInformatie.com. It includes a number of interior details on the car that is known internally as C9 and is expected to replace the Zonda soon after its expected launch in early March at the 2011 Geneva Auto Show.
Edmunds.com says: European Web sites are reporting that the first official images from Pagani should be released in late January. — Paul Lienert, Correspondent