Meet the Pagani Huayra Hermes
The Pagani Huayra Hermes is finally here. Indeed, the bespoke 1 of 1 Pagani jewel had been in the italian brand’s drawers for quite some time now. American owner & famous car collector Manny Khosbin had already told his followers a long time ago about his garage getting bigger with a specific model, which was the fruit of a particular partnership: Pagani Automobili and Hermès. Now, the garage got bigger and welcomes this incredible Pagani Huayra Hermes.
This new masterpiece is the fruit of Manny Khoshbin’s imagination and creativity. Featuring a full brown carbon-fiber body and, obviously, Hermès leather interior and details. It’s one of the only two Huayras in the USA with the Tempesta pack, yet the biggest aesthetic change is probably the incorporation of the Hermès logo/pattern throughout the car, mainly in the front grill or side vents. Black wheels and golden brake calipers. An awesome detail is the fact there is the italian flag on the left side-view mirror, and the french flag on the right side-view mirror (unless you’re looking at the car from the front, though, which kinda bugged me lol). Needless to say, the Pagani Huayra Hermes truly speaks « unique » and customization. I kinda like it to be honest, though I can understand how and why some people might not.
As far as I know, this is the second time Hermès worked with an auto manufacturer to prove a point and create something incredible (first one was the Bugatti Veyron « Hermès »). However, this is the first time Pagani works with another brand to create something completely unique (that I know of). Good news for future things to come, hopefully? I think that opens the door to more partnerships of the same-kind in the future, provided more clients feel the need to commission a one-off.
I don’t even want to begin imagining how pricey this car was, though.
But it’s definitely worth it! It’s a stunner!
This car is a lovely addition to an already very very big private collection (SLR, Bugatti Veyron, Bugatti Veyron « Mansory » Vincero, McLaren P1, Carrera GT, Aventador SV, Saleen S7… and so on).