Pagani is known for building out of this world supercars, so when the Italian brand partnered with Helios Productions co-founder and automotive addict Alejandro Salomon, we knew the result could be downright heavenly.
The investor, actor, and entrepreneur recently commissioned a one-off Pagani Huayra for his personal collection, and GT Spirit has released the first official images.
The exclusive Huayra 730 S has been dubbed ‘The Huayrab’ by Salomon, and features a distinct blue and yellow theme.
The primary renders show the supercar’s exposed carbon fiber body reflecting off a Mount Olympus-worthy backdrop, which is fitting given that Salomon’s production company is named after personification of the Sun in Greek mythology. In fact, the Huayra name itself comes from the Incan deity Wayra Tata, which means ‘Father of Wind.’
The 730 S’ gold wheels, which are pulled from the Pagani Zonda, are similarly divine, and the Zonda R’s two-tone pinstripe division makes appearance on ‘The Huayrab’ as well. There are even references to the automaker’s aerobatic Triclore, such as the v-shaped hood accent.
Showy aesthetic modifications like these (can’t forget the blue window tinting) could easily look gaudy on any other car, but on the Huayra, it just fits. After all, ostentatious spectacle is part of the brand’s appeal. It is worth noting, however, that Alejandro plans to amend the Huayrab’s interior, switching from the high-contrast blue and black color scheme to a full blue look.
Pagani is a small company with only 55 employees, but the Huayra is currently the fastest road car to ever lap Top Gear’s test track. The vehicles 6.0-liter, 730-horsepower biturbo V12 allowed the Italian to lap the Lotus-designed circuit in just 1:13.8.