Well, I've moved to London now, Maida Vale exactly, while there are some nice cars parked around there -- the real gems still in Knightsbridge ^^.
Was showing one of my dad's businesses colleagues son around from Istanbul, he seemed to like the architecture of the white houses and ect, so I showed him around a few places and we came to this hotel -- that's when I saw the Pagani and it was time to take pictures.
Whoooa, this is a very special car, I think it slaughters Lamborghini in the sound and looks department, certainly is the pin up car for today's kids.
Car certainly gets around as well, this was in Beverly Hills a couple of weeks back.
My photostream if you want to see much bigger pictures.
Incredible car. Horatio was a composites specialist at Lamborghini for some time. When they parted ways, Pagani car company came alive. I'm figuring it's safe to say that he made Lamborghini a target when trying to develop his idea of the ultimate supercar.
I have a tremendous amount of respect for Horacio and what he has achieved. I do not think he had Lambo in his sights, he eclipsed them with the first car he made, let alone what he is making now. The 2 million+ rebodied Murcielago's and Aventadors (Reventon, Veneno etc) cannot be compared in any way with the premium engineering that is poured into the Huayra.
However, what I really don't understand about Pagani's is that the individual parts are so beautiful (and beautifully made), but that the sum of it is ugly. The only word I have for it.
I would also like to note that of all supercars, the Huayra sounds the worst by a country mile.
I want to love this car, but I don't. Nevertheless I loved visiting the Pagani factory, and as I said nothing but respect for the relentless pursuit of engineering perfection.