The Pagani Huayra is named after Aymara Huayra Tata, the god of wind, and it's finally been confirmed that the breeze from a 720hp fly by will be sweeping across to the U.S. in 2013. Horacio Pagani had previously had trouble getting the Huayra to America due to its lack of airbags. After an exemption was denied, the company reworked some of the interior to fit in "smart" airbags
"With the excitement that the Pagani has gathered world wide, it's made the Pagani Huayra the most anticipated super sports car the U.S. has yet to see," said Prestige Imports CEO Brett David. "The perfect combination of form and function. We all were a bit scared when we heard the news of a 'stall' on the U.S. importation, but headquarters in Modena, Italy assured the three U.S. dealers that the problem would be put to rest and resolved."
An extremely limited number of the cars, which have impressive AMG-sourced 6.0-liter bi-turbo V12 engines in them, will make the trip and will cost about $1.3 million. The problem with buying one here is that you'd never actually get to test out that 230 mph top speed.
[via Team Speed]