Expect to pay a hefty sum.
Let's assume for a second that you've just won the Powerball and are sitting pretty with several million in your bank account. You still may not be able to buy the latest and greatest hypercars because certain manufacturers have rules in place where they limit access to their most exclusive offerings, with only the most loyal customers allowed the option to buy. Ferrari is known for doing it and Ford did something similar, but it's common practice for the elite automakers. As such, you have no chance of buying the Pagani Huayra R, but don't worry - you can burn your millions on this Zonda Revolucion instead.
Just five of these were ever made, with no two alike, and despite not being road-legal - although one owner had theirs converted to get around this issue - you won't find one on any dealer lot. But it seems that rarity is not enough to justify a place in some garages, and the owner of the very last Pagani Zonda Revolucion to be delivered has decided that it's time to move on. The car is now about to be listed by Japanese house BH Auction, but details are scant. What goes without saying is that this car will have barely any mileage covered, if any, and has been kept in immaculate condition.
We imagine that there'll be quite a lot of interest in the car, which features a 6.0-liter naturally aspirated AMG V12 producing an astonishing 800 horsepower and 538 lb-ft of torque. As for pricing, we doubt that the current owner is looking to make a loss on his investment, but we do know that the base price of this spectacular piece of automotive jewelry was $2.8 million when new. Considering that limited-run supercars tend to fetch quite a premium after production ceases, we wouldn't be surprised to see this sell for well over $3 million. It's just a pity that it'll likely never be driven as intended.