The Pagani Huayra Coupe was introduced in 2011 but only now has the 100th and final unit been delivered. Dubbed Huayra L’Ultimo (‘the last’ in Italian), the car was recently delivered to the owner of Prestige Imports in Miami, entrepreneur Brett David.
Renderings from a few months ago revealed that the car would wear a host of custom components to distinguish it from all other Huayras to come before it. These images offer an even better look at these unique touches and are sure to leave your jaw on the floor.
For starters, Huayra L’Ultimo has been inspired by the livery used on Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes-AMG Formula One car. Consequently, the hypercar features turquoise accents across the exterior, including on the front splitter, wing mirrors, hood, wheels, roof, and rear diffuser.
The rest of the exterior is a mix of silver paint and exposed gloss carbon fiber, weaved to the most remarkable standards. Elsewhere, the L’Ultimo incorporates a Zonda Cinque-inspired roof scoop with yellow and turquoise accents, a custom fixed carbon fiber rear wing, black wheels, and yellow brake calipers.
The exterior design won’t be to everyone’s taste but it is undeniably unique.
With production of the Huayra coupe completed, Pagani can focus its energy on building 100 units of the Huayra Roadster which will soon be available in hardcore BC specification. Additionally, the Italian marque will continue to build one-off Zondas for the uber-wealthy.
Pagani is also developing at least two other all-new models. The first will be a successor to the Huayra complete with the same 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 from Mercedes-AMG. An all-electric hypercar will also be produced by 2025.