Yes, we all like looking at cars that we’re never going to afford (in this lifetime at least), so here’s one more specimen to admire in the shape of a Pagani Huayra.
Of course, this isn’t just any Huayra, but a one-of-a-kind version of the AMG V12-powered BC, dubbed the Macchina Volante, which is Italian for ‘Flying Machine’. Quite appropriate, wouldn’t you say?
As of last year, the BC Macchina Volante belonged to collector Kris Singh, known for owning his share of ultra-expensive hypercars. This one, however, is particularly special with its blue carbon fiber bodywork, blue brake calipers and Italian flags – one running vertically up the front bumper, the other out of sight on the left side of the rear wing.
Other unique features include the extra air intakes on the rear 3/4 panels and the Zonda Cinque-like roof scoop. It truly is a sight to behold and we’re glad a car spotter named Mickey happened to stumble upon it in Geneva, Switzerland recently.
Just like all other Huayra BCs, it is powered by an AMG-sourced twin turbo 6.0-liter V12 sending 789 horses and 811 lb-ft (1,100 Nm) of torque to the rear wheels with the help of a 7-speed sequential manual gearbox.