Red Carbon Pagani Huayra Could Be The Perfect Late Valentine’s Gift

Are you a billionaire that forgot all about Valentine’s Day last Thursday? If you are, we have the perfect way to say sorry to your significant other: a red carbon fiber Pagani Huayra.

This Huayra is a 2014 model that was recently updated with Pagani’s desirable Tempesta package. Consequently, the Italian hypercar sits on a set of new black wheels and includes a new front splitter and rear diffuser, but will also be sold with its original, non-Tempesta parts. Other components of the Tempesta package include different Pirelli tires, a bespoke exhaust, updated software, new sway bars, and an upgraded suspension.

First purchased in 2014 and delivered by Miller Motorcars, this Huayra has only ever had a single owner and stands out from most others thanks to a full red carbon fiber exterior.

Making this Huayra all the more desirable is the full red and black leather interior, a second set of European-spec carbon fiber wing mirrors, a seven-piece luggage set from Pagani, and a rear-view camera and parking sensors. The car is also being sold with a complete clear bra that protects all the valuable exterior carbon fiber.

The car has only ever covered 700 miles (1126 km). Vehicles like this Huayra are inaccessible to 99.9 percent of people, but even seeing them in photos is enough to get many petrolheads excited. With fuel economy regulations continually becoming tighter, vehicles like the Huayra are bound to be absolutely iconic in the decades to come when they’re replaced by hybdrids or all-electrics.

Come to think of it, if you can afford it, you don’t have to give it away; after all, one is entitled to buying a gift for themselves.

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  • Tim Gardner

    Love it, absolute jewel of a car. Also find it amusing that one of the plaques describes it as a ‘passenger car’.

  • BGM

    100% those bags are worth more than my Murano.

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