There is never a time when the day you receive a new Pagani isn’t a very special day. This is even more true when we’re talking about a special one-of-one edition, such as the Huayra “Scozia” you’ll see in this video. But the dealership decided to make it a bit more special anyway, and this brings us to the one quick warning concerning this video: it opens with and features a few more times, some loud bagpipe music. Just a word of caution for anyone who isn’t a fan.

Those bagpipes fit into a bigger Scottish theme for the delivery of this car, which took place at Miller Motorcars in Connecticut, one of only five Pagani dealers in the United States. After the bagpipes play the car in, we’re shown that the seats are upholstered in plaid, the colors of the owner’s family crest. Plaid in cars is a very hit or miss kind of a move, but with a car as bold and outrageous as a Pagani, it’s the sort of thing that can even look restrained. The car comes with a set of luggage as well, but that’s a normal factory option.

Horacio Pagani is no stranger to outrageous cars. While working at Lamborghini, he designed the 25th Anniversary Eddition of the Countach, and making the Countach even more wild is not so easily accomplished. Since founding his own company, he has produced the Zonda and Huayra, each with quite a few different variations. These are also wild and flamboyant, but somehow manage at the same time to be graceful and elegant. It’s a very narrow path to walk, but even this special edition somehow manages not to stray off. It’s an impressive bit of design work, nearly as impressive as the feat of engineering that is the car itself.

Pagani Huayra

2011 Pagani Huayra High Resolution Exterior
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You can read the full review of the 2011 Pagani Huayra here.

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