The Very rare Pagani Huayra Pearl This car first had an accident in July 2016 in Paris, just a few months after being handed over to its owner. At that time, the Italian supercar had suffered serious damage to the rear of the car, but due to its value, the owner decided to spend a large amount of money to repair the whole thing by Pagani car manufacturer.
|The ill-fated Pagani Huayra Pearl had an accident in Saudi Arabia when it collided with a Porsche Cayman GT4 on the highway.|
Recently, the The ill-fated Pagani Huayra Pearl This car went on to have an accident in Saudi Arabia when it collided with a Porsche Cayman GT4 on the highway. The cause of this accident may be that the Pagani owner failed to control the speed and slammed into the rear of the Cayman in front.
Specific pcs Pagani Huayra Pearl’s head is broken – the entire front end of the Huayra made of carbon fiber was smashed, but fortunately there were no injuries. If we compare the damage, this incident is still not as serious as the previous accident.
|Pagani Huayra Pearl The first crash occurred in July 2016 in Paris.|
From the scene video shared on Instagram, the cost to repair this hypercar will probably not be as high as before, because the engine compartment behind the body is intact. Hopefully the owner is still safe and can continue to drive this Pagani Huayra Pearl on many roads. Because in this day and age, seeing “unique” hypercars like Huayra Pearl moving on the street is very rare.
|At the time of its launch, Pagani stated that the Huayra Pearl was the only one-off hypercar model, exclusive and never had a second one.|
Pagani Huayra Pearl is the first limited edition developed to order by the customer. At the time of launch, Pagani also stated that Huayra Pearl was the only one-off hypercar model, exclusive and never had a second one. It is a combination of art and science, design and technology, form and function. Following Huayra Pearl are other “exclusives” in turn such as Huayra Hermes by “player” Manny Khoshbin, Huayra 730S owned by film producer Alejandro Salomon and Huayra BC Roadster Supernova.