• Jan 7th 2011 at 9:59AM
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Pagani teaser #2 – Click above to watch the video after the jump

Is it just us, or are teasers getting more abstract by the hour? Each one of those little tidbits that automakers release to pique our interests seems to show less than the one before. Then Pagani hit a new soft-focus note when the Italian niche automaker gave us little more to look at than a cup of espresso and a keychain fob shaped like its upcoming supercar.

This latest teaser video reveals a little more, but only by comparison. The footage depicts some angles of the interior, which, in the grandest of Pagani style, looks so finely crafted, so intricately machined and painstakingly stitched, that it almost looks downright Steampunk. But then those Jules Verne worshipers could never make something as ferocious as the upcoming C9/Huayra promises to shape up. Check out the footage yourself after the jump.

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      • 4 Years Ago
      I am starting to feel that Pagani is slowly taking Ferrari's place; as far as lustworthy cars are concerned.

      Nothing wrong with that.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Why do these interior detail teasers seem a little "steampunk" to me? Anyone else?

      Hoping it looks raaaaaaaad.
      • 4 Years Ago
      So basically the key is a diecast model Pagani (at 0:35).

      The interior looks totally bespoke. Now that is unbelievable quality from a small company like Pagani.

      The Zonda is amazing. Can't wait for this! Just hope they change the name. In many languages Huayra means whore xD
        • 4 Years Ago
        So if it is a whore, and it is a car, does that mean you can have/want both at the same time?
        • 4 Years Ago
        What languages?
      • 4 Years Ago
      if it's not ultra light weight and electric then what good is it..
      if I wanted primitive tech I'd go look at a steam locomotive.

      besides the last pagani had clown faces for headlights.
        • 4 Years Ago
        You are an idiot. Pagani makes so few cars that they pretty much don't matter at all in the grand scheme of things when it comes to the environment. Are they good for it? No of course not, but with the Zonda Pagani only made a little over a hundred of them. Which is absolutely insignificant. If your going to complain about this sort of thing why don't you go do it at the post about VW wanting to introduce a new SUV. At least under that topic your moaning about an environmentally unfriendly vehicle will actually be a valid thing to complain about.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Groza, maybe if you think you can realize that I am right despite your point
        • 4 Years Ago
        Or you could just let people make their own decisions as to what is cool, what they like and what they should buy.
        • 4 Years Ago
        I imagine feeding trolls is bad netiquette but just in case you are actually serious...
        Aluminium and magnesium, which make up pagani interiors, are just about the lightest metals you can use.
        And what you seem to believe is primitive tech has absolutely MURDERED every plastic-buttoned bmw or porsche you can think of on the Nurnburgring so stop talking out of your arse.
        Not to mention electric doesn't necessarily mean ultra light...electric seats are heavy as hell.
        • 4 Years Ago
        yeah but frankly you're destroying the world with your indifferent ignorance and obtuseness.
        if you were just messing up yourselves I'd probably let you do it.
        oil is running out, it's depressing the economy and it will only get worse from here. a lot worse because no one is prepared. we need to transition to battery electric drive, it will be hugely advantageous in many ways. it's just better. don't be schmucks
        cheaper to drive, much less repair and maintenance, no oil wars, no lung damage, normal cars as fast as ferraris, no peak oil economic disaster.

        and we're not talking about sometime in the future so you can go back to sleep. the economy crashed in 2008 because of peak oil. we're already in it and it will get really bad because of attitude like yours compounded by big oil money not interested in the truth that oil is bad.

        oil is running out. all the carmakers that holds on to combustion engines will die off. you wont believe me because it's easier to be mindless. or so you 'think'. but it will happen.
        • 4 Years Ago
        One thing you'll learn (through time) is that people don't like to be told what to do, even if your point is reasonable and noble. You should try to persuade them instead of being condescending and forceful.
        That said:
        1.) The electric grid is barely adequate and will not support large amounts of electric vehicles. Also, most of the power generated in the US is from burning coal which is way worse for the atmosphere than modern ICE engines with catalyst. If we had nuclear power I would agree with you on the emissions standpoint.
        2.) There is no good way of recycling used batteries

        I will agree that electric cars will have a major role in future cars but there are some serious problems that need to be solved before it becomes main stream.

        Personally I don't give a flying f*^k about global warming and will always love the sound, power and tradition of internal combustion engines. At some point I may have an electric vehicle for going too and from work but I will always have at least one ICE vehicle no matter what the cost. Before you say something about my area and background I'll state that I am currently an EE/CE student near a large city on the east coast.
      • 4 Years Ago
      guys, the diecast model (0:35) is the ignition key!!!
        • 4 Years Ago
        I noticed that too.
      • 4 Years Ago
      noticed the dash switches..bespoke indeed..reminds me of Spyker
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