It's been over three years since the car's global debut.
Succeeding the Pagani Zonda, the ultra-exclusive Pagani Huayra Roadster is one of the most unique cars on the planet. Somehow, even the 754-horsepower twin-turbo V12 isn't the star of the show; rather, it's this exotic's sensational design, both inside and out.
Building this special machine with its exquisite detailing isn't an easy task, which is why over three years after its debut, Pagani has finally delivered the final and 100th Huayra Roadster to its lucky owner. It was a milestone that the Italian marque shared on Facebook, along with a video of the 100th car narrated by its proud owner.
Every Huayra Roadster is thoroughly unique, created to suit the exact tastes of the buyer. In this case, the buyer - who wasn't identified - first noticed Pagani in a Hong Kong showroom when he set eyes on a Zonda C12, which he described as interesting and unique, although he initially found it strange that the car shared parts with Lamborghinis.
However, it was the Zonda Cinque that really caught his attention. After failing to get hold of a Huayra Coupe, the buyer secured a Huayra Roadster and settled on a striking exposed carbon fiber exterior in Mamba Black, having admired Horacio Pagani's previous work with carbon fiber. It looks absolutely stunning.
The final detail to set this 100th Huayra Roadster apart from the rest is an external fin, said to be inspired by the Zonda Tricolore, of which a mere three were produced.
With the dark exterior evoking a sinister mood, the buyer decided to go for something much brighter for the cabin. Here, a dramatic two-tone yellow and black color combination was chosen. It's not the kind of color scheme that you'd find on most everyday vehicles, but it works a charm with the Pagani's superb detailing, although some Huayra Roadster buyers have gone for a less shocking interior color. Without a doubt, "100 out of 100" will become a collector's item of note and could sell for absurd amounts in the future.