Rome was not built in a day. Perfection demands patience, a virtue that seems to be disappearing from modern life. That is why the final Pagani Huayra Roadster delivery is the end of an era. Over three years and many late nights were spent transforming customer ideas into reality. A proprietary composite of carbon fiber and titanium is the result of decades around the autoclave.
Our friends at Pagani of Newport Beach allowed me to get behind the wheel of a Huayra Roadster after the Orange County Auto Show concluded. From Anaheim to the beach I was in command of a masterpiece. No silly features or confusing infotainment. Just a massive Mercedes-AMG V12 with twin turbos sending power to the rear wheels. Every shape inside and out is pleasing to the eye.
The car reacts to each input with confidence, and everything you touch was carved or shaped by someone who loves their craft. It is my opinion that Mr. Pagani could charge more for his cars while customers wouldn’t question him for doing so. Such sentiments are echoed by everyone who experiences a Pagani, and that is why they are rarely sold secondhand. But when they are, they are listed with us.