PHOTO GALLERY: AUTOart Pagani Huayra BC - Silver/Grey •

PHOTO GALLERY: AUTOart Pagani Huayra BC – Silver/Grey

We got our hands on the Silver/Grey Carbon version of AUTOart’s recently released Pagani Huayra BC.  If you want to read our complete review, please use the REVIEWS link above and scroll down to “AUTOart Reviews”…  We recently invested in a macro lens, so some of the images shared here are extreme close-ups, we hope you like the array of photos.  We do.

As for the model we were convinced the Silver/Grey with the Red interior would be the it model, well, after seeing both colours in the flesh the Rosso Dubai/Carbon definitely provides more of a wow factor.  The photos here will highlight the particular tiny details and transition from paint to carbon.  We still believe this is the best example of the Pagani Huayra BC available today, true full 360 access.  The question still remains, what was AUTOart thinking with the motor?  The “lego” brick-like piece and possible missing bits??  We did reach out to multiple AUTOart divisions around the globe and even Pagani too, no one is yet to respond to our questions.  Enjoy the pics!

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9 Responses to "PHOTO GALLERY: AUTOart Pagani Huayra BC – Silver/Grey"

  1. Grease Lightning says:

    I have to kindly disagree with the other version presenting better. When I saw both in person it was an easy choice for me. The red (hate that shade of dark red, always have) has a very bland interior and the black wheels lack the polish that the silver ones have, and the red interior looks far better on the silver model. The silver version to me is by far the cleaner and best looking of them all.
    I must agree with the disappointment of the engine bay however, I’m very curious as well as to the decisions made there!

    I always appreciate the website keep up the great work :)

    • DS Team says:

      Thanks for the feedback. Each one of us will have their personal perspective, as we say always, buy what YOU like best. Still awaiting answers, We’re afraid they won’t get answered!

  2. Michael says:

    I am sorry for the sceptiocizm , but this looks like the preproduction model that has been shown by Auto Art before the release and it is missing few of its pieces. Mainly its air filter piece, which would be covering the “lego brick” and its luggage compartments on each side.

    • DS Team says:

      The luggage compartments are optional accessory. I guess they chose the cost saving angle to move forward without or since this is race focused car the weight saving is more approriate. The air filter apparature is still a mystery though.

  3. M says:

    Well they still haven’t put the rear lamp covers back on the F-Types.

  4. Mir says:

    I wonder how blue one and violet one will be.
    I hope that blue and violet will be reviewed by DS also.
    Thanks for your review!!!

  5. Edib Zivalj says:

    Is it me or are the side mirrors now part of the body? On the diecast Huayra they were screwed on.

    • DS Team says:

      The mirrors are shipped separately from the models. You need to install the same as you would have on then original. Bonus is latest edition two sets of mirrors are included in the box.

    • Edib Zivalj says:

      correction… they were stuck in on the diecast Huayra.

      The zonda had them screwed in.

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