It’s pretty neat if you possess something of an extraordinary breed like, say, the Pagani Huayra. There are after all just a total of 100 units ever been built by the exotic car manufacturer. As with every new Pagani supercar, each client can collaborate with the team to help create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece -- where science meets art. Out of the 100 examples however, there are actually two right-hand-drive Huayra’s that came out as part of their deal with Mercedes-AMG— the company that supplied its engine.
For those who have been wondering what happened to the two RHD Huayras, well, a UK dealer has recently listed the exclusive supercar for the price of $2,360,410 (that’s equivalent to £1,849,990 in the UK). On the listing, the dealer said the car comes in the same factory color (Dubai Red) with exposed carbon fiber and glossy top coat protective film. The set of wheels on the other hand is specified to come in silver finish.
Elsewhere, the Dubai Red Pagani Huayra is fitted with black leather for most of its interior finishing. For contrast, the dark surface feature aluminum trims, naked carbon fiber accessories and red stitching to match the black leather upholstery.
Currently accumulating 2,400 miles (or 3,862 km), the right hand drive Pagani Huayra up on sale comes with a 6.0-liter twin turbo V12 engine. Inevitably, its powerful 720 hp and 811lb-ft of torque output can push this vehicle to run from a zero to 60 mph (100km/h) in only 3 seconds while its top speed is up to 230 miles per hour (370 km/h).
Interested buyers can avail the RHD Pagani Huayra along with its original 6-piece luggage set, original owner’s manual and service receipts for record purposes.
In other news, the latest Pagani Huayra Roadster has recently made its public premiere. Horacio Pagani, the company’s founder considers it as its most complicated project yet. There are only 100 examples of the roadster to be ever made just as before. For the price of $2.4 million, the significantly lighter Pagani Huayra Roadster is now equipped with a removable rooftop cover. The hardtop roof made with glass and carbon fiber has actually helped shed most of its weight.
To compare it with the coupe’s 1,350 kg dry weight, the new Huayra Roadster now stands at a total of 1,280 kg (or 2,281lbs). But that’s not all. The Huayra Roadster is faster than its predecessor even if it has the same type of V12 engine. This is evident on the increased 764 horsepower against the coupe’s 720 hp.