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Unique Two-Tone Pagani Huayra Delivered to Miller Motorcars

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Miller Motorcars of Greenwich, Connecticut, has just taken delivery of their first Pagani Huayra, and the reason we are telling you this is because it is a rather unique two-tone example, the likes of which has never been seen before.

This two-tone Pagani Huayra was first scooped at the factory months ago, heavily disguised and undergoing final tests before getting stored awaiting shipment. Pagani, as you may know, has only recently entered the U.S. market officially. Now that they are in, they reckon more than 40 percent of Huayra production is going to end up in America.

Miller’s two-tone Pagani Huayra features a clear carbon body with – in true Pagani fashion – impeccable fit and finish, garnished red grilles, pillars, side sills, rear bumper and bonnet. Red is also used for taillight bezels, and also to accent off the black wheels. The interior too is a mix of red and black.

A one a kind Pagani Huayra like this commands a high price, and since it is only going to appreciate with time, we reckon Miller is in no hurry to shift it. Right now, it’ll probably cost you something in the neighborhood of $2 million to take this baby home with you.

Via Miller Motorcars

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