SS Customs Pagani Huayra Rear Angle2015 SS Customs Pagani Huayra is definitely one-off. Why I am sure of this? First, it is a Huayra and we don't see these rolling on the streets very often. Secondly its exterior has been updated by the specialists at SS Customs. Lately, they have become popular with their TeslaVets Model S car, which has received unique treatment and looks like no other second car in the world.

With this Pagani the situation is the same and therefore the tuning studio was obliged to make a photoshoot to remember. As a result, they contacted the well-known Richard Le Photography & Desing studio. In fact, the TeslaVets was also shot by this photographer.

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So, what's the "thing" about this Huayra. We have to disappoint you by saying that there are any modifications or any aero kit added. There is nothing touched in terms of mechanics or upgrades for the output of the engine.

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However, the exterior of the supercar looks much different from what it used to be. The SS Customs experts have wrapped many parts of car's body in a satin black chrome foil and have then accented it with red striping. The one-off design of the car has been rounded out by the many carbon fiber elements and the black seven double-spoke alloy wheels.

The Huayra is powered by a 6.0 liter bi-turbo V12 engine, producing 710PS (522 kW) and 1000Nm (737 lb-ft) of torque. The engine is mated to an XTRAC 7-speed sequential transmission. The overall weight of the original Huayra is 1 350 kg (2 975 lb), so it is no surprise that it covers the 0-100 km/h acceleration sprint in 3.3 seconds on its way to a top speed of 370 km/h (230 mph).

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Source: SS Customs & Richard Le Photography via Facebook