It only has 2,194 miles on the clock.
It's been ten years since the Pagani Huayra debuted as the replacement for the legendary Zonda. Although the regular Huayra coupe has recently been discontinued, Pagani still sells limited-edition versions of the Huayra such as the Roadster BC and the track-focused Huayra R.
Production of the original Huayra was limited to 100 examples, but if you missed out on the initial batch, a 2011 Huyara is being sold at auction by Collecting Cars. Every Huayra is special, but what makes this particular hypercar stand out is that it was retrofitted with Pagani's Pacchetto Tempesta package in 2016 that improves airflow under the chassis and increases the downforce.
Pagani's Tempesta package adds an aggressive front splitter and rear diffuser to improve the aerodynamics, as well as forged aluminum wheels sized 20 inches at the front and 21 inches at the rear, four-way adjustable Ohlins shock absorbers, and a titanium exhaust system. When it was installed in 2016, the Tempesta package cost the owner a whopping $180,000. Surprisingly, despite spending that much on the handling package, the owner never took the Huayra to a track to unleash its full potential. Sacrilege.
As standard, the brakes feature 14.9-inch drilled ceramic Brembo discs with four-piston calipers at the front and rear. Registered in Japan, the Huyara is finished in metallic silver with a contrasting black carbon-fiber front splitter, taillight surrounds, side mirrors, rear panel, and diffuser.
Aside from a few "very minor" stone chips on the front end, the paint is said to be in excellent condition. Inside, the interior is coated with visible carbon fiber throughout, with the lightweight material applied to the dashboard, windshield surround, door panels, seat backs, transmission tunnel, and the steering wheel. The seats are trimmed in black leather with white contrast stitching.
Powering the Pagani Huayra is a Mercedes-AMG-sourced 6.0-liter V12 producing a neck-snapping 730 horsepower and 738 lb-ft of torque, which is sent to the rear wheels through a seven-speed single-clutch automatic transmission. Adding to the car's rarity, the Huayra for sale is a right-hand drive model. And just to make it more desirable, it has only been driven 2,194 miles. No wonder bidding has already reached £1.5 million ($1.9 million) at the time of writing.