Kris Singh of Florida has another hypercar in his collection, the Pagani Huayra BC Macchina Volante. We first covered the car back in August 2017, but the car only spent seven days in the United States. Since then, Macchina Volante has been in Italy getting a new wing according to Singh’s Instagram account posts.
Now, Singh has noted that his one-off Pagani will be attending the 2018 Geneva Motor Show in all of its carbon fiber glory. Before its time in Geneva, the car went through some shakedown runs in Italy where it was photographed by @denismphoto.
About the car: The name comes from the inspiration Horacio Pagani has drawn from Leonardo da Vinci over the years. Macchina Volante translates from Italian to flying machine in English. One of da Vinci’s most famous creations was his flying machine, an invention that would be a source of inspiration for centuries to come. Singh notes in the video below that he chose the name Macchina Volante because his new Huayra BC has flaps and a massive wing like the original flying machine.