Front-Engined Pagani Huayra Makes Aston Martin Jealous

The video opens with a brief lesson on how mid-engined cars are designed with their A-pillars much further forward than front-engined ones, keeping the space from the dash to the front axel relatively short. To push the Huayra’s engine up to the front, The Sketch Monkey needs to drastically move the A-pillars back but doing so is more complicated than you may imagine.If you only move the A-pillar around without adjusting any other details, it creates an awkward dip that needs to be filled in. There’s also a matter of the air intakes, side mirrors, and other elements, which all need repositioning once the engine shifts to the front.