The testimony was given live via voice by the owner of the 100th Huayra on IGTV and the official Facebook account of Pagani Automobili. No Pagani Huayra car is exactly like another. So did the last Huayra Roadster released. Moreover, the owner of this car said that he is very interested in the art of carbon fiber material which is Horacio Pagani’s trademark until now. Horacio himself is the founder and Chief Designer of Pagani.
He said the owner of this car, at first he was very interested in owning a Pagani Huayra coupe. But because the quota is small, there is no room for it. So he had to buy a Pagani Huayra Roadster. What bad luck.
However unfortunate his fate was, he was still able to display a special Pagani Huayra Roadster numbered 100 out of 100 in his garage. The carbon fiber textured exterior is painted in Black Crocodile. Then the interior that is clearly visible from the outside looks different with the combination of yellow and black. The interior color is the main attraction because of the monochrome exterior color.
Another special feature of this car is the shark fin above Pagani’s signature quad exhaust. The Shark Fin reminds us of a similar feature to the Pagani Zonda Tricolore. This extra feature was installed by Horacio because the customer started wanting to buy a Pagani because he saw the Zonda C12 a few years ago. In fact, this shark fin reveals the carbon fiber motif that is the material that wraps this hypercar. This feature also showcases Pagani’s expertise in being able to manufacture carbon fiber materials that are said to be extremely difficult to manufacture.
The Pagani Huayra Roadster uses a 6.0-liter V12 turbocharged engine that produces 754 hp of power and a peak torque of 1,000 Nm. Power is sent to all rear wheels through a 7-speed automatic transmission. It is reported that this function can accelerate the Pagani Huayra Roadster from rest to 100 km/h in less than 3 seconds and still can continue to reach a top speed of more than 100 km/h 360 per hour.
How much is this car worth? The car, which was built by the skilled hands of Pagani in San Cesario sul Panaro, Italy, is sold at a base price of 2.7 million US dollars or about Rp. 38 billion if converted into Rupiah. Of course, in Indonesia, the price can obviously increase many times. Looking at the additional equipment and the standard interior ordered by the owner, it is clear that the price he has to pay is clearly more expensive than that. Because you know, if the remote key for this car alone costs more than 50 million IDR.
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