When Your $2.5 Million Pagani’s Cockpit Isn’t Good Enough, Call Hermes

This is the only way to ride.

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Pagani Huayra. Photo: Ted7 Photography via Instagram

What to do when you realize that your custom chocolate brown $2.5 million Pagani Huayra will have the same utterly perfect cabin as all your buddies’ Huayras? If you are California exotic car mega-collector Manny Khosbin, you get the cockpit redone by the fancy Parisian fashion house, Hermes.

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Pagani Huayra. Photo: Ted7 Photography via Instagram
Pagani Huayra. Photo: Ted7 Photography via Instagram

Khosbin did not indicate whether his car has the regular 750-horsepower version of the 6.0-liter Mercedes-AMG V12 engine or the upgraded 789-horsepower edition seen in the limited-edition Huayra BC.

Pagani Huayra. Photo: Manny Khosbin via Instagram

With the help of Hermes’ director of design, Khosbin collaborated with Pagani on the design of his personalized Huayra, a project that took a year, Khosbin explained in his Instagram post highlighting his newest acquisition.

Pagani Huayra. Photo: lamborghini_motorsport via Instagram

This Huayra also enjoys the Tempesta Package, which includes revised bodywork for improved aerodynamics, larger wheels, and updated suspension and exhaust.

Pagani Huayra. Photo: Discommon via Instagram

The car’s leather seats and shift knob incorporate a subtle “H” pattern in tribute to the cockpit designer’s contributions. It also came with made-to-measure luggage of the same leather as the upholstery. 

Sounds perfect for a getaway for two to break in the Huayra’s engine.