Here’s a Few Things You Might Not Have Known About Pagani
Supercars are complicated machines. Thus, being complicated, details have a habit of becoming lost when drooling over the cars gorgeous sweeping curves, and the thumpingly great million horsepower engines. What’s worse is that, those minor details that everyone passes by without a second look, are usually the most intricately designed pieces on the car. Take for instance the Pagani Huayra. It features a blisteringly quick twin-turbocharged V12 engine designed by AMG, and a body that belies both sex and speed. Yet practically no one knows how much time and effort goes into machining all those little aluminum and titanium pieces throughout the car. Those details get lost to 90% of all car enthusiasts who would just rather experience the speed or listen to it engine wail. Luckily though, one very, very lucky man wants to school everyone in the nuances of Pagani using his very own personal Pagani Huayra. RELATED: See More Photos of the Pagani Huayra
The video below is from Alejandro Salomon, who is the owner of this beautiful blue carbon Pagani Huayra 730S Edition. In addition to the Huayra, Salomon’s garage also holds a Liberty Walk Challenger Hellcat, and a Porsche 918 Spyder. Did we mention he is a lucky man?
While as you’ll learn in the video, the Pagani Huayra can cost huge sums of money when you start to get into those minor details that everyone overlooks. And even though we personally would never let go of the keys ever, Salomon is currently selling his Pagani Huayra for whopping sum of $5.5 million. This marks a large increase in what he most likely paid for the supercar. Meaning, as one would expect, the Huayra is a sound future investment. So long as you have $5.5 million lying around.
Question is: how can you put a price on something as breathtakingly gorgeous as this insane supercar? Easy, you start tallying up all those little details we talked about earlier.
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