Yes and it's for sale.
The Pagani Huayra may not have the same blistering performance as other modern hypercars, but the exotic is undoubtedly one of the prettiest cars ever made. Roughly 40 of the 100 Huayra models built were purchased by U.S. buyers and this example is believed to be the very first supercar to arrive on this side of the world. While that is special enough, that isn't what makes this Huayra unlike another other. Apparently, the supercar has over $260,000 worth of options and is believed to have cost the owner $1.6 million.
Does this Huayra look like something you've seen before? The Huayra in question looks extremely similair to Alejandro Salomon's 730S Edition, but has special touches that make it truly one of a kind. The Huayra is finished in a shade of blue that is referred to as Blue Argentina and has carbon components that are also finished in the same color, including the rear diffuser and side skirts. To make the supercar even more of an eye catcher, there are yellow stripes, yellow brake calipers and silver wheels. The exterior of the supercar is breathtaking, but the interior is arguably even prettier.
On the inside, the Huayra has white leather on the seats, steering wheel, dashboard and certain parts of the door panels. The seats also feature blue carbon fiber backs with the same blue carbon making its way to the door sills, doors, dashboard and exposed transmission tunnel. Just like other Huayras, this model also has a variety of aluminum parts. The supercar even comes with a seven-piece luggage set valued at $20,000. This incredibly rare US-spec Huayra will be auctioned off by RM Sotheby's next month.