Word of the final Pagani Huayra coupe has broken, with the 100th unit built (dubbed L’Ultimo) destined for a Miami-based luxury car importer.
Thanks to prestige classified site DuPont Registry, which appears to have a relationship with the car’s intended owner, we also know what it will look like.
Brett David, CEO of Prestige Imports, is said to be the man who ordered the final car, and DuPont registry has published some apparently no-longer classified renderings.
The Pagani Huayra L’Ultimo will wear a silver, black, and green coat with plenty of visible carbon fibre in true Pagani style.
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It’ll still run on AMG’s 6.0-litre V12, and will look mostly the same as its sibling, minor customisations aside.
The car will be delivered to its waiting owner in June, ending a 7-year stretch since it was first revealed at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.
As AMG looks to end production of its beastly V12, it’s likely the next Pagani will have a different powertrain, making the Huayra Roadster the last chance for anyone to own a V12 Pagani from new.
In Australia, that’s possible thanks to the opening of a Pagani dealership by the Zagame group on Melbourne’s exotica-laden Swan Street, upstairs from an Aston Martin showroom.
In Australia, a Roadster costs an eye-watering $5.5m, so we’d struggle to even imagine how much Mr David is paying to own the final coupe.
His Miami dealership, Prestige Imports, also happens to be one of only a handful of official Pagani dealerships in North America.