It's his first car and he hasn't got a driving license.
We were at the Geneva Motor Show when we first saw this glorious yellow Pagani Huayra. It was a customer car, so we were politely asked to keep our distance. A Saudi prince, we thought, or a Monaco-based playboy. Perhaps a business tycoon with a penchant for fast cars. Wrong, wrong, and wrong. Thanks to Marchettino, we have now learned the owner is a 15-year-old kid from Taiwan, who received the car as a gift from his dad. He hasn't even got a driving license and this is his car. Pagani says he is their youngest ever customer.
Think about that for a moment and try not to cry. According to Prototype 0, the Huayra will remain in Italy until the owner turns seventeen. However, it was recently caught on the streets of Taiwan, so maybe he convinced his dad to let him have it early. Chassis #033 wears a Geneva Yellow II body paint, and is the world's first yellow Huayra. It comes with two sets of magnesium alloys (one black, one polished) housing yellow calipers, with an interior upholstered in black leather with yellow stitching and carbon-fiber trim.