Pablo Perez Companc, an Argentine professional racing driver and car collector, has used a Pagani Zonda Revolución as a living room divider in his ZAR 106million oceanfront Miami condo.

the ambient lights on does making people feel a sense of belonging and very warm

We could see clearly in the rear wing something wrote on it that was Pagani's staff including Mr.Horacio Pagani himself's signature

The son of Argentina’s wealthiest individual, Companc owns both a rare Huayra BC and a Zonda Revolución “Black Minion” specifically for track use.

The Zonda in his living room is said to be a replica of his "Black Minion", but is just a shell hence the tinted windows.

It is really nice in this angle to look this house. What a view!

When it came out, the Zonda Revolución - featured a naturally-aspirated Mercedes-AMG-built 6.0-litre V12 engine which produced around 588kw and 730nm of torque.

The monster engine worked in tandem with a 6-speed sequential manual transmission and can haul the limited edition hypercar up from standstill to 100kph in just over 2.6 seconds. It could also attain a top speed of 350kph.

this is a right angle could see background

More impressive was its on track capability - as the heavier and less powerful Pagani Zonda R managed a Nürburgring lap of 6:47 - one wonders what the Revolución could be capable of.

Model of Huayra BC (Benny Caiola) All image comes from Weibo

Only five were ever made, and they sold for ZAR 38million in 2013.

Zonda R left was Nürburgring time lap and right Top Gear time lap image from google

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