The Final Pagani Huayra Coupe Will Be Called 'Il Ultimo'

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All good things must come to an end.

There was always going to be a production cap for the Pagani Huayra, unlike the Zonda. We learned back in 2011 when the Huayra coupe was first introduced that production would be limited to just 100 examples. Reason being is the engine agreement Horacio Pagani signed with Mercedes-AMG, which will build only 100 of the 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12s. And now the time has come to say goodbye, to brand-new Huayra coupes that is.

DuPont Registry has learned that the final Huayra coupe (the new Roadster is just getting started) has officially begun production at the Pagani factory in Italy. Of course it's built to order for a client. Who is that client? Brett David, CEO of Prestige Motors. The completed Huayra will be shipped to the dealership in Miami, Florida. Will it be for sale? Probably not, and here's why: it took David and Horacio Pagani to decide all of the car's most intricate details, from paint colors to various interior amenities. Given the time frame, David must have known about the Huayra even before it launched, so he's had plenty of time to figure out how to make his car perfect.

Said to be called 'Il Ultimo' (do you really need a translation?), the car will wear the livery of Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton's race car, a further testament to AMG's motorsport greatness. Production is said to take two months and will arrive at the dealership in June. The Huayra you're looking at here is actually a 3D rendering of what the completed car will look like, thanks to Pagani Miami's live 3D connection with the Pagani factory. Photos courtesy of the duPont Registry.

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