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Used 2017 Pagani Huayra Roadster
|Exterior Color||Bianco Benny|
|Trans||7 Speed AMT|
2017 Pagani Huayra Roadster
|Exterior Color:||Bianco Benny|
|Trans:||7 Speed AMT|
|Engine Size:||6.0 V12|
Pagani Huayra Roadster, Chassis 31 of 100 ever made. This spec is finished in the rare official paint color of Pagani called Bianco Benny, a pearlescent white. The interior is featured in Rojo leather with optional diamond quilted interior, paired with white contract stitching. The build itself is very sharp and well balanced, displaying the desirable Layout 2 option with the balance of paint and carbon fiber. By special request, the spec includes optional V exposed carbon fiber front bonnet. Additionally, this car has rosso dubai Geneva accent stripes presented on the side door, rear flip tail and carbon fiber mirrors. It is pure in its appearance and highlights the iconic handmade craftsmanship that Pagani is so famous for. Originally sold new in 2017 by Pagani of San Francisco and has been serviced by authorized Pagani dealers since new.
The vehicle has approximately 490 miles, minimal mileage for a car of this caliber. Chassis 31 is fully protected with XPEL plastic protection on every single panel and includes the optional 6-piece luggage set along with the unique European sized mirrors. The cars build is the premier look and is powered by an AMG V12 that was hand assembled in Germany by one single engine builder. The build quality of the Pagani Huayra Roadster is something to appreciate by studying its smallest details.
Specifications - Huayra Roadster:
- Completely hand made in Modena Italy
- 754 HP
- 3,000 Pounds
- Made up of 5,000 pieces (the engine is one)
- Features a carbon titanium tub
- 737 ft.lb of Torque
- 7 Speed Transmission
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