|Interior Color:||Malevin / Rojo|
|Exterior Color:||Bianco Gonzaga|
|Trans:||7 Speed Single Clutch|
|Engine Size:||6.0 V12|
Pagani Huayra Roadster, Chassis 11 of 100 ever made. This specific build was debuted to the World at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show. The honor and rarity of getting a US spec hypercar that has Geneva Motor Show province is almost impossible to find. Finished in a highly desirable full carbon fiber exposed body of Bianco Gonzaga and carbon fiber with a rojo painted accents. Interior is two tone leather of rojo and malevin with optional diamond quilted interior. Nero anodized metals in the exterior and interior metal work.
It is pure in its appearance and features the iconic handmade craftsmanship that Pagani is so famous for. Will be sold by Pagani Greenwich, a division of Miller Motorcars, Authorized Pagani dealer. World Dealer of the year in 2014 and Best US Dealer of 2018.
Has approximately 620 miles and in incredible condition. Car is fully protected with XPEL plastic protection on every single panel. Has desirable european sized mirrors. Ownership of such important hypercar will give you great joy from an amazing drive experience and beauty from one of the most beautiful cars of all time. Highly collectible and constructed by a manufacturer only producing 40 cars per year.
The cars build is the premier look and are powered by a proper AMG 6.1 V12 bi-turbo engine hand assembled in Germany by one single engine builder. The build quality of the Pagani Huayra Roadster is something to appreciative by studying its smallest details. Available on display for your viewing pleasure.
Happy to discuss the details in person, via email or over the phone. Look forward to connecting. Always reachable on my mobile phone at +1 914-874-7005.
Specifications - Huayra Roadster:
- Completely hand made in Modena Italy
- 754 HP
- 3000 Pounds
- Made up of 5,000 pieces (the engine is one)
- Features a carbon titanium tub
- 737 ft.lb of Torque
- 7 Speed Transmission
- Made in Modena, Italy
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