Looking to do an upgrade on your existing Pagani coupe? Well, look no further because the Pagani Huayra Tempesta pack is here. The Tempesta is available as a separate car and is available as a pack upgrade for any existing Pagani coupe.
The Pagani Huayra Tempesta is designed and meant for handling. We say this because it was co-designed with Dallara, who is an expert in handling. The Tempesta creates more down force because more air flows under the chassis keeping the car grounded and giving that edge on the turn. It has got other lightweight components created in line with the Huayra BC, improvements include an entirely new under body, a new front splitter, and a rear diffuser.
The Tempesta kit has a new set of wheels too. The front is a 20-inch and the rear is 21-inch. The rims are new too, they are slightly bigger than the ones found in other Pagani cars but they are lighter and are forged from aeronautic grade aluminium.
The increase in handling systems and other elements, the suspension isn’t neglected. The Pagani Huayra Tempesta gets a brand new custom designed suspension kit made in collaboration with Ohlins. The new suspension available is a four-way adjustable.
The upgrades don’t stop there. The Pagani Huayra Tempesta has a brand new exhaust that is hand welded and made with titanium for each car. It is also one of the lightest weighing exhaust systems around with it weighing only around 7-8 kilogrammes.
Now we enter the main department, Engine and performance. The Tempesta has a 6-litre V12 AMG twin turbo engine at its heart. Pumping out 730 Bhp and a 0-62 mph in 3.2 seconds.
The Tempesta is available for €180,000 and Pagani will upgrade your existing Pagani coupe with the “Pachetto Tempesta” pack for the price equivalent of a Porsche 911 Turbo or McLaren 540C. The choice is yours either upgrade your existing Pagani coupe or just buy a new one entirely. Pagani’s aim with the Tempesta is to improve the handling of the Pagani line of Coupes so that the owner gets a superior handling experience and bang for the buck perhaps.