One Percenter Alert: 2017 Pagani Huayra Roadster For Less Than $4 Million

This Pagani Huayra Roadster can be yours for a mere $3.65 million. And that’s for a used, 2017 example that comes as close to an entry-level open-top Huayra as possible.

Of course, you could argue that there’s nothing ‘entry-level’ about the Huayra Roadster – and you’d be right. After all, it is powered by a 6.0-liter AMG twin-turbocharged V12 which pumps out 754 hp and in excess of 738 lb-ft (1000 Nm) of torque.

However, with production of the Huayra Coupe finished and the company now turning its attention towards the Huayra BC Roadster and the limited-run Huayra Dragon, the standard Roadster is the cheapest Huayra you can buy new.

Many in the market for vehicles like these order them directly from the factory so they can spec them to their preferences. However, it typically takes more than two years from ordering a new Pagani to the moment you actually take delivery, so shopping around for a used example isn’t a bad option.

This Huayra Roadster is currently up for sale from CNC Motors in the U.S. It has just 80 miles (128 km) on the clock and is finished in beautiful gloss carbon fiber complemented by some bright red accents. Inside, there is a lot of red leather as well as a number of exposed carbon fiber and aluminum parts.

Dropping $3.65 million on any car means that you belong to that one percent who can afford the finest things in life. So, if you’re one of those people, or know someone that is, this Pagani might be worth checking out.

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  • WHAT A STUPID HEADLINE. ONE PERCENTERS DON’T WORRY PRICE. NOW IF THE HEADLINE IMPLIED THAT THIS A BARGAIN FOR THE REST OF US IT WOULD MAKE SO SENSE.

  • Hitchens2

    Does the editor realize you need to be in the top 0.01 percent to realistically afford a car this expensive?

    • Mr. EP9

      No but I don’t think they care that much.

    • europeon

      If I remember correctly, you need about $400k to be in top 10% and about $800k to be in the top 1%.

    • KAG25

      Get some lottery tickets

  • Callanish

    I’m just thinking of the wonderful collection of cars you could have for that kind of money instead of owning just this one car.

    • KAG25

      Dude already has a collection of what he likes.

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  • serge charles

    Good lord that is pretty

  • SteersUright

    Is this a CPO? No extended warranty so Im out.

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