No model car manufacturer can resist the trend of making miniatures in the large scale 1:12. This development did not get by Autoart either. They sought in Aachen a really rare prototype with the 2011 Pagani Huayra, which should hit fans of high-profile supercar in the heart. The model car measures a stately 38.37 centimeters in the format 1:12 and is therefore, but also through its eye-catching design, a solitaire in the showcase or the home desk. An edition in 1:18, the classic Bburago size would measure 25.5 centimeters in length - a significant difference in performance, right? This Autoart knows to optimize fantastically. The model car manufacturer makes use of the plus in size in every imaginable way. Let's take a closer look at the diecast miniature.
Sure, the model is princely quite well on the way towards a dream car; the role model corresponding. But there is a lot to offer: The appearance of the athlete fits perfectly. The tailor-made suit, which gives the role model credibility, also inspires in 1:12. The look with its first class craftsmanship, deep gloss finish can not be beaten. The silver stripes decorate the model extremely well and are applied razor sharply. The gullwing doors swing far upwards. The prototype built in Modena model has front and rear, on a CFK titanium body, hinged downforce assistance, whose small flaps are controlled by an electronics that takes into account speed, yaw rate, lateral acceleration, accelerator pedal position and the steering wheel.
The most important numbers: Monday motivation
Autoart has made these flaps as mobile as the mentioned gullwing doors. This gives the model an extreme loyalty to the prototype. In the rear of the exclusively hand-crafted and created within a month prototype is a specially modified for Pagani engine from the house Mercedes-AMG, which transmits 537 kW / 730 hp on the sequentially switched seven-speed gearbox. The maximum speed is given as 360 kilometers per hour. 1,000 Newton-meters (Nm) of maximum torque provide acceleration from zero to 100 in 3.3 seconds. From these numbers we are motivated to give a lot of throttle to quickly greet one of these model cars at home. That's why the hashtag Monday motivation is in the sub-line.