The Pagani Huayra Lampo created for Lapo Elkann and his company Garage Italia Customs last year is one of the most eye-popping Paganis ever produced – and now it’s for sale.
Listed by Pagani Newport Beach for an undisclosed sum, the hypercar has just 5 miles (8 km) on the odo and is sure to prove tempting to some car collectors out there. After all, production of the Huayra coupe recently finished meaning customers can no longer commission one from the factory.
The Huayra Lampo has been inspired by the Fiat Turbina Concept of 1954. As such, it features a combination of white painted body panels and bright orange carbon fiber and painted parts, including across the front and rear fascias. Subtle Italian flags are also visible on the car’s exterior and the brake calipers. Also bespoke are the gold wheels and red lettering on the Pirelli rubber.
Inside, the Lampo includes bespoke chequered brown leather handcrafted by an artisan in Turin. Look elsewhere throughout the cabin and you’ll notice the familiar array of gloss carbon fiber and brushed aluminum parts found within most other Huayras.
Like all other ‘standard’ Huayras, power comes from a twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 engine delivering 730 hp and 738 lb-ft (1000 Nm) of torque.
It remains to be seen why Elkann is selling the car and whether or not the intention was always to sell it to a private buyer. Whatever the case may be, we don’t expect it to be available for very long.