Car News 5 May 2016

Pagani’s one-off Pearl

Pagani have created a unique Huayra, the ‘Pearl’. The Supercar masterpiece has been designed from the ground up, by their bespoke division and one special customer.

The Italian manufacturer has extended their bespoke tailoring services to the Huayra for the first time. The bespoke design team offer absolute customisation of their supercars, to fulfill very lucky customer’s dreams. The Huayra Pearl showcases their latest detailed design and exquisite craftsmanship.

The Pearl took 1 year to draw up, with every specification from the inside-out determined by the buyer. It takes inspiration from both the Huayra and the Zonda R; a prominent split rear wing has been added and a roof mounted carbon air intake.  The body is finished using Pagani’s signature exposed carbonfibre woven panels.

The interior has been given exceptional detailing, finished in the most luxurious materials.  Pagani’s beautiful cream leather is complemented by silver detailing and Bronze carbon, throughout the cabin.

The Pearl is more aggressive than the ‘ordinary’ Huayra. It is expected to run on the AMG 6.0-litre V12 bi-turbo found in the BC, delivering around 789bhp and 811 ft lb of torque. Pricing has not been released; however the Huayra Pearl will carry a hefty premium over the £800k for the standard Huayra.