The Very First Pagani Huayra Roadster Is Looking For An Owner

Limited to just 100 units worldwide, the Pagani Huayra Roadster improves on its Coupe sibling in all areas.

While it remains to be seen how many Huayra Roadsters have already been sold, the waiting list to get one is thought to extend into the next decade. And even though some customers would be happy to wait that long for their dream spec, not everyone has that kind of patience. This Huayra Roadster for sale on James Edition is perfect for the latter.

Currently for sale from Seven Car Lounge in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, this Huayra Roadster is particularly desirable as it is chassis number 1 of 100. It may not be as eye-catching as some others we’ve seen, but it does look very good and is sure to sell quickly.

Dominating the exterior of the Italian supercar is a pristine white paint scheme that’s perfectly offset by a selection of carbon fiber accents and silver, multi-spoke centerlock wheels. In the images provided, it looks exceptionally classy but still has the aggression who would expect from a hand-built supercar with hypercar levels of performance.

Inside, the Huayra has bright white leather, gloss carbon fiber and a number of black aluminum accents. To say it looks great would be an understatement.

Like all Huayras, this one is powered by a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine developed and assembled by Mercedes-AMG. While this engine is largely the same as the mill found in the Coupe, it has been modified to deliver 754 hp and in excess of 738 lb-ft (1000 Nm) of torque in the Roaster. All of this power is fed through the rear wheels via a seven-speed automated manual transmission from the hardcore, track-focused Huayra BC.

When ordered from the factory, a Huayra Roadsters starts at €2.28 million ($2.41 million). However, we’re willing to bet the dealership in question is asking for much more than that.

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