Just don't expect to find a hypercar bargain here
Have the means to acquire an exotic hypercar – like, say, a Pagani Huayra? Then you're more fortunate than the rest of us, but that doesn't mean you can order one and expect to have it delivered anytime soon. Not with the long waiting lists and the limited quantities in which these machines are built.
Fortunately there are some to be found on the open market, like these two listed for sale by Miller Motorcars out of Greenwich, Connecticut. Call up with right now a cashier's check in hand and any of them can be yours tomorrow.
The Huayra, for those unfamiliar, is the work of Horacio Pagani and company, based in in Modena at the heart of Italy's Supercar Valley. It's made almost entirely out of carbon fiber, with a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 furnished by Mercedes-AMG at its heart, driving upwards of 700 horsepower to the rear wheels through a seven-speed sequential gearbox.
Only 100 examples of the initial Huayra coupe have been made, followed by another hundred Roadsters and 20 hardened Huayra BCs. So finding a handful out of those 220 up for sale is remarkable enough in and of itself.
Miller's are both 2014 models, with just 700-800 miles on the odometers. The deep-red carbon example even includes the optional Tempesta aero package, and the cabins of both are exquisitely upholstered in the most finest leather.
These aren't the only ones up for grabs currently, either. JamesEdition has three more listed: two from Miami's Prestige Imports, and another from SEMCO in Germany. The latter's the only one listed with an asking price: €2 million, or about $2.3m at current exchange rates. Expect about the same for the others, but if there was ever a case of "if you have to ask," this is surely it.