If you're into supercars that are built with extreme detail there is nothing finer than Pagani's products.
Simply put, no one does it with as much swagger as Horcio's outfit.
Now if you've been as obsessive about Pagani as I have, then you'd know that there are a couple of things that make the Italian manufacturer special. One of them is the prototypes that get driven hard every single day by the company's test driver.
These cars are likely the Paganis that have the most miles out there and, in addition, they always go through some interesting changes over the years. Take, for example, the "nonno" Zonda that wound up being used as the test bed for the first Zonda all the way up to the 760 RS.
All this said, there was an event held in Modena recently and two of the Huayra prototypes were in attendance. One was wrapped in a particularly LOUD green — more or less like Porsche's kermit Green — and then the other was wrapped in a rather sinister dark gray.
Take your pick.
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