Business owner and prolific Instagrammer has just posted up a picture of his upcoming bespoke Pagani Huayra. Khoshbin will become the latest well-known enthusiast on social media alongside the likes of Alejandro Salomon and Kris Singh to take delivery of a custom Pagani Huayra.
While it remains unclear at this stage if Khoshbin’s Huayra will wear a unique name like Salomon and Singh’s but even if it doesn’t, this rendering reveals that it will look unlike any other.
For starters and as with most other Huayra models produced, it will be finished largely in carbon fibre. As a matter of fact, this image shows that the rear fascia will be adorned entirely in carbon fibre, excluding the sides of the rear bumper. Elsewhere, the taillight clusters will be made from carbon as will the rear quarter panels and a stripe running the length of the rear decklid.
Beyond these elements, Khoshbin’s custom Huayra will be adorned with bright orange painted elements to make it really stand out. We can also see that it has a blacked-out rear badge as well as the gloss black wheels of the Zonda R, also featured on Singh’s Huayra La Monza Lisa. However, Khoshbin’s will have an orange outer rim as well as orange brake calipers.
Most Pagani Huayra models produced so far utilise the same 6.0-litre twin-turbo AMG V8 engine delivering 730 hp and mated to a seven-speed transmission. However, it is reported that the Huayra La Monza Lisa has well in excess of 730 hp. It is therefore unclear if this latest Huayra will have any mechanical tweaks as well.
When it is delivered, it will join the likes of a Mansory Bugatti Veyron, twin-turbo Saleen S7, multiple Rolls-Royce models, a McLaren P1 and Porsche 918 Spyder among others in Khoshbin’s collection.