Would you expect anything less from Pagani?
Limited to only one example, Pagani has just released official details of its latest bespoke masterpiece, the Huayra Pearl. As is with all Paganis, the Huayra Pearl is the ultimate "combination of art and science, design and technology, form and function." We don’t know who its owner is, but we can all firmly agree they have excellent taste. Pagani claims the Huayra Pearl is made of more than 5,000 components with the engine and gearbox counted as two items.
Although it’s clearly a Huayra, there are design elements taken from the both the Zonda S and R (as well as the recently revealed Huayra BC). Working directly with the customer, the design team incorporated some of the aggressiveness of the Zonda R while retaining the elegance of the Huayra coupe.
The rear wing is a reminiscence of the split wing design of the Zonda S, combined with a new front flip and roof air intake. The Pagani R&D team also tested new aerodynamic solutions on both road and track. Pagani claims "sensible changes (were made) to the design (in order to) create a unique driving experience." Updates were also made to the chassis to improve downforce, lateral G-forces and ride quality. The interior, as with any Pagani, is a work of art made with only premium materials and Pagani’s own signature leather. All told, it took the design team a year to complete the job. There’s no mention of price but we figure the final amount is irrelevant; the owner has a one-off bespoke Huayra with its own name.