Video: Another Look at the Pagani Huayra L’Ultimo
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The final Pagani Huayra just arrived stateside, and car fans are drooling over its custom body and interior treatment. Dubbed the L’Ultimo edition, the Pagani is currently on display at Prestige Imports in Miami, Florida, and exotics fan/YouTube personality Mario Vergel decided to check it out for himself. This is what he found.
The video is 6 minutes, 33 seconds in length, and includes shots of several other supercars and sports cars, including the Porsche GT3, Mercedes-AMG GT4, LaFerrari, Bugatti Veyron, Porsche 918 Spyder, and of course, Vergel’s BMW M3. However, if you just wanna jump straight to the Pagani, skip ahead to the 4-minute, 39-second mark.
The video gives us a glimpse off the Italian monster in full HD as it spins on its pedestal, showing the goods from just about every angle.
For those of you who may be unaware, the L’Ultimo is an extremely limited edition of the supercar - in fact, it’s a one-off model that was custom built for one lucky Pagani customer. Continue reading to learn more about it.
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The Pagani Huayra L’Ultimo
The most striking update was added to the exterior, where we find a livery inspired by the world of Formula 1, specifically Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes W07 racing machine. Hamilton is a four-time Formula 1 World Champion (2008, 2014, 2015, 2017), and a noted Pagani owner as well, so it makes sense that he provides the inspiration for this eye-catching bit of kit.
The paint scheme includes silver and turquoise outside, as well as yellow accents added to the brake calipers and the roof. The same colors are found inside, where the floors, door inserts, and dash get the turquoise treatment, while the seats are finished in white. Silver and bare carbon accents are added throughout, plus there’s a splash of yellow for the steering wheel contrast stitching, shift knob, seat belt releases, and gauges.
Performance upgrades include new aero sourced from the Huayra BC. Meanwhile, motivation is once again derived from a rear/mid-mounted twin-turbo V-12 from AMG, with the possibility for as much as 800 horsepower produced at the rear wheels.
If you want it, too bad - it belongs to Brett David, CEO of Prestige Imports. But who knows - maybe he’d be willing to sell it… better have deep pockets though. Rumor has it this thing cost David a whopping $5 million.
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