The Pagani Huayra Hermès Edition isn’t any ordinary supercar. A variant of the amazing Pagani Huayra, the Hermès Edition is the only version of the car that was built as requested by Iranian-American millionaire Manny Khoshbin. Notably, Khoshbin is the president and CEO of The Khoshbin Company, a multi-million dollar real estate firm in California. Khoshbin is a massive gearhead, and as a successful businessman, one of the ways he enjoys his pastime is through the collection of exotic cars.

As such, Khoshbin's has an incredible collection of cars that include brands like the Bugatti, Koenigsegg, McLaren, and Pagani. Also, being a YouTuber with millions of followers, Khoshbin provides regular video updates of his impressive car to his teeming followers through his channel.

With the Pagani Huayra Hermès Edition being one of the most iconic cars in his fleet, we take time out to serve you some of the most enthralling details of the remarkable hypercar.

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The Pagani Huayra: Overview

Pagani Huayra
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The Pagani Huayra was conceived in 2003, upon completion of the Zonda by Horacio Pagani. The Huayra had an MRSP of $2.7 Million USD, featuring a 6.0L Twin-Turbo AMG V12 that produced 750 horsepower and 735 lb-ft of torque. The hypercar has a curb weight of 2,685lbs, making it extremely light.

It was constructed of carbon fiber and titanium material, which highly contributed to its lightweight characteristics. Impressively enough, the interior flourished in richness and comfort as it flaunted its curb weight.

Also, the hypercar features a 7-speed gated sequential gearbox that is single clutch-based, since dual-clutch transmissions weighed significantly more. The Huayra is capable of doing zero to 60 mph in just 3 seconds, and 1/4 mile in just under 11 seconds. Without doubt, the Huayra is more than capable of giving modern supercars a run for their money.

It took over 3 years for another platform to accomplish a faster lap time following the Huayra's debut in Dunsfold at the Top Gear test track. This is extremely impressive, and it could only have been achieved courtesy of its extraordinary design and excellent handling characteristics.

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Manny Khoshbin’s Pagani Huayra Hermès Edition

Hermès Pagani Huayra
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Notably, Manny Khoshbin’s Pagani Huayra Hermès Edition is a joint venture between Pagani and Hermès. Hence, the car shares a lot of components with the regular Pagani Huayra. Some of these include the engine, brakes, and transmission. It also features the same 7-speed gated sequential transmission and the same twin-turbo AMG V12, pushing 750 horsepower and 735 lb/ft of torque. There's the Brembo calipers on all four corners of the car, for adequate stopping power needed to fully support the platform.

However, the Hermès Huayra is drastically different due to the collaboration with Hermès. Not only is this the first Hermès edition vehicle, but the interior was completely reworked by the Paris company and the engine was specially hand-built and signed by the technician from AMG, truly making it a one-off vehicle. This further makes the car even more incredibly rare to experience.

The color of the car was chosen by none other than the Paris company, Hermès. Though Khoshbin had ideas of his own, Hermès had something else in mind. Given the history of Hermès, the company decided to stick to a rather classic and luxurious look. Staying true to its heritage, the hypercar features a brown leather interior and rich chocolate exterior.

The Hermès Huayra features meticulous detail in every square inch of the car. It's given a laser-cut grille in replacement of the factory grilles that were on the front, side, and rear of the car to resemble an "H" pattern, for Hermès. Khoshbin's Hermès Huayra comes with the Tempesta Package that includes larger 21-inch wheels, stiffer suspension, and titanium exhaust. The package also features a front lip and rear diffuser that wasn’t available in other models.

These combinations of parts resulted in a car that performed just as well as it looked.

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Manny Khoshbin’s Hermès Pagani Huayra: The Hermès Interior

One-of-a-kind shifter
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If the exotic and sporty look of the car didn't catch your eye, the attention to detail that went into the interior should. Every piece of the interior has been touched by the Paris company, Hermès, resulting in a hand-crafted gorgeous interior -- from the seats, even to the manual booklet.

Asides all these amazing fittings, the Hermès Huayra also features an exclusive 6-piece luggage set that includes $60,000 Hermès handbags on each side. Handcrafted, the shifter features a one-of-a-kind shift knob with plenty of attention to detail, leaving nothing to be desired. This along with the rest of the styling was what truly complimented the one-off car.

If you're left wanting more about the Hermès Huayra, further details covering the one-of-a-kind Huayra can be found on Manny's YouTube channel. Hermès took the styling above and beyond on this vehicle, as seen through the fine craftsmanship of even the smallest pieces, thus resulting in the iconic car that is the Hermès Pagani Huayra.

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