Italian automaker Pagani unveiled the Huayra at last year's Geneva Motor Show, and with the first delivery of the supercar about to make its way to customers around the world in April (the U.S. market facing a bit of a delay until 2013), Pagani has released a fifteen-minute documentary about the development process and build of the Huayra. The concept of the vehicle was inspired by flight and the elements of wind and air, resulting in an aerodynamic silhouette and aggressive lines, from a process that took over five years. The Huayra represents the blending of art and science and the spirit of the Italian renaissance. Its impressive power comes from an AMG V-12 engine producing 700 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of torque. Learn more about the creation of the Pagani Huayra in the video below.