In the world of hypercars, crashes are dual tragic moments – they do tend to happen often and incur heavy damage to the wallet and ego of the owner, and sometimes can also mean the destruction of a one of a kind vehicle.
Such was apparently the case with an ultra-rare Pagani Huayra Pearl, which emerged last year with much of its backside missing. It’s actually the only Huayra Pearl built by Pagani, so some tears were in order at that specific moment. Now it’s actually back – and in even better shape, apparently. The Huayra Pearl was produced for a “distinguished” Pagani customer – with a gorgeous blue finish that showcased the carbon fiber weave, a Zonda Cinque inspired roof scoop and a split rear spoiler echoing the original Zonda. The car became newsworthy afterwards because it was totaled out on a Paris street.
Now Pagani released an official video depicting the full rebuild of the Huayra Pearl, complete with slow-mo beauty shots. We also get a few new details – aside from the obvious aerodynamic tweaks, Pagani has also upgraded the model to Huayra BC credentials. This means there’s 739 horsepower with a dry weight of 2,685 pounds, upgraded suspension, and a next-generation seven-speed manual gearbox.