Lunch break: it's a great time to go to the post office, catch up on your March Madness bracket, or actually eat lunch. We recommend scrapping the errands, grabbing a quesadilla, and watching this 15-minute video clip of the Pagani Huayra in all of its detail-oriented glory.
The Huayra, Pagani likes to remind us, was the result of years of manic focus on going above and beyond the level of a normal supercar. The product is a 230-mph car with four active aerodynamic wings, a key that doubles as a USB flash drive, and a look (and name) inspired by wind. A squabble between Pagani and the U.S. government about airbags might prevent the car from coming here immediately, but the obsessively engineered hypercar is due to take the streets of Europe shortly.
It's pretty obvious, then, that a 15-minute look at the car would be exactly 900 seconds of glorious luxury, engineering, and gratuitous shots of leather and carbon fiber. We're happy to report it is. Take a look at the video below and let us know what you think in the comments section.