Pagani Huayra Key Explained by Horacio Pagani

We'll never forget what happened a few years ago, when, one day, when Aston Martin was still owned by Ford, an Aston V8 Vantage Owner damaged his key and found a Volvo badge under the leather finish. Fast forwarding to today, we want to talk about Pagani's latest hypecar, the Huayra and assure you that something like this will never happen to you if you buy one.
Not only will you not get a Volvo key, but the item used to bring the car's 700 horses to life is a miniature of the vehicle. In addition to that, the Huayra's key is made of the same aluminum as the car's rims.

And just when you thought things couldn't get any cooler, we'll tell you that the key can be split in two halves - the first has the conventional use, while the seconds holds an USB stick used to store your music and play it through the car's audio system.

You can watch a video in which Horacio Pagani, the founder of the company, explains the whole thing to
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