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Pagani Huayra Chassis Number 001 Is Now for Sale

The Argentinian Horacio Pagani is well known for designing some of the most beautiful cars in the world. Throughout the years, he was behind the LamborghiniCountach Evoluzione project, the mighty Zonda, or the Huayra. Now, one of its creations, the 2013 chassis number 001 Huayra, is up for sale in Saudi Arabia.
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In the past years, this particular model was seen on the streets of London before landing in the Middle East. Painted in a vibrant blue and featuring a white line over the entire body, the car thrives in carbon fiber, as the front grille, splitter, side skirts, rear bumper, diffuser, taillight clusters and rear deck lid are made from this lightweight material. The car also features gloss black wheels and blue calipers.

Pagani Huayra chassis number 001’s luxurious, yet sporty interior has white leather on the seats, doors panels and multiple parts of the dashboard. The seats' support and parts of the steering wheel are finished in blue leather. The interior also features plenty of carbon fiber and aluminum.

Seven Car Lounge, the seller of this very rare Pagani, hasn’t published the mileage or the price of the vehicle, but considering the retail price for a new Huayra and the rarity of this particular model, we are expecting a highballer to pay somewhere around $2 million for the chassis number 001.

Huayra’s concept was born in 2003, but the production model was released in 2011. Beautifully crafted from no less than 4,000 components and powered by an insane Mercedes-AMG twin-turbocharged, 6.0-liter V12 engine pushing 730 horsepower and a staggering 1,000 Nm (738 lb-ft) of torque to the rear wheels, Horacio Pagani’s creation rapidly became a must-have among the car enthusiasts with a lot of money in their bank accounts and a fearless rival for supercar makers such as Ferrari, Lamborghini or Koenigsegg.

It is named after Wayra Tata, which in Quechua, the language of the Inca Empire, means “God of the winds.”

 
 
 
 
 

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