The 2011 Geneva Motorshow has opened its doors and with no surprise its filled with incredible new production and concept cars. One of my favorites has to be the Pagani Huayra (don’t ask me how you spell it because I have no idea, lol). The Huayra, the successor of the Zonda, is one of the most anticipated hyper cars of this year. At first, people were disappointed when leaked pictures were released earlier this year as it did not seem to look as good as the Zonda. However, better pictures and its reveal at the Motorshow proved that this car looks amazing and is a work of art on wheels. Don’t be too happy because ordering this car will require a cheque valued at 1.4 Million US dollars. Jump after the break to check out the specs and more pictures.

Powering this masterpiece is a new motor that was developed exclusively for Pagani by Mercedes-Benz AMG. The old motor, also designed by Mercedes AMG and used in Zonda, is naturally aspirated, but the new motor might will carry twin-turbochargers and put out a massive 700 horsepower and 730 pound-feet of tire smoking torque. All that power should be sent to the rear wheels via an X-trac seven-speed sequential transmission, all the while reducing carbon emissions by half, making this Pagani Euro 5 compliant.

That sensational motor should be able to take the new C9 to 60 miles per hour in under three seconds and if you keep going, the Pagani will hit speeds in excess of 220 mph. The motor will be connected to a single clutch transmission and will truly be a mother of violence.