/eGarage Scoops The World’s Only Yellow Pagani Huayra

eGarage Scoops The World’s Only Yellow Pagani Huayra

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Earlier this year Pagani revealed a yellow-colored Huayra at the Geneva Motor Show. After that we didn’t hear from that car, until now. The show car has, apparently, been sold, but before it was delivered the guys at eGarage managed to snap a few shots of it at Pagani factory.

The yellow Pagani Huayra, or Giallo Pastello to give it its official name, may look kind of dull next to the amazing two-tone paint jobs we have seen on this hyper car. But there is no denying that it has its own charms, and, at least for now, is utterly unique. Who knows, maybe this and the yellow Porsche 918 we showed you earlier belong to the same person; someone who just likes yellow a lot!

This car has a bit of a two-tone going on too, if you count the mirrors, and aero parts, and of course the roof. The interior is wrapped in exquisite black leather and garnished with yellow double stitching.

This magnificent Yellow Pagani Huayra is a standard spec car, meaning it has a Mercedes-AMG M158 V12 twin-Turbo engine developing over 700 horsepower. Using a sequential seven speed gearbox, the 1,350 kg Huayra goes from 0 to 100 km/h in about 3 seconds, and flat out it can go past 340. But driving fast with this car is a selfish act. What you should do is crawl at 30 km/h, so everywhere people can look at the car and admire its beauty.

Via eGarage


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