Pagani supercar teaser mentions a celebration of ‘Air Speed’
, 2020-12-14 02:00:00,
Pagani has tweeted a mysterious video showing what seems to be a new supercar. Details are scant, but like many of its creations there appears to be a strong aeronautical theme.
On December 17th, we will celebrate Air Speed.
Stay with us and hold on tight!#pagani pic.twitter.com/iUYl6DbHQh
— Pagani Automobili (@OfficialPagani)
December 14, 2020
The first thing we see is a blue device with the words “Airflow Sensor. Handle with Care” etched below it in a nice serif font. Presumably, it’s not the typical mass airflow sensor throwing a check engine code from your old Ford Escape’s intake. In fact, it looks like one of the various sensor probes you’ll find on airplanes and even Formula One race cars. It’s also mounted to a big piece of blue tinted carbon fiber, which is probably the car’s hood or roof.
Next, a gauge flashes before us. It looks like a speedometer, except velocity is measured not in miles or kilometers per hour, but in knots, indicated by an analog dial and red needle on the outside, and the speed of sound in a vertically oriented digital readout on the inside. Also known as mach speed, or 767.269 mph, seems like quite a quick pace for a road car, but you’ll notice the speed features a little decimal point. In the trailer, the car accelerates to Mach 0.12, an easily attainable 92 mph. Of course, that’s still just a fraction of the speed other Paganis have achieved, like the Huayra Imola’s 240 mph to take just one example.
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