If you appreciate cost-no-object supercars – or cost-no-object anything, for that matter – then you'll want to dig into the video after the jump. Pagani put together a 14-minute mini-documentary that reveals the finer details of its latest work, the Huayra.
The Huayra is more than just a sexy carbon and titanium body. The film visits the companies that help make Pagani's coupe a 230-mile-per-hour rocket, like ASPA in Italy that spends an entire day milling just the logo, Formula One supplier MHG that makes the titanium exhaust, and the AMG engine-making facility where the Huayra's turbocharged, 6.0-liter V12 is built by hand.
If nothing else, after watching the doc you'll finally know how to pronounce the name of the car. Watch the video below to see the show.