The interior of the Pagani HP Barchetta is outrageous
When Pagani introduced the exclusive Zonda HP Barchetta people had different opinions on it, partly because it is extremely expensive but mostly because of the incredible interior.
The HP Barchetta costs 15 million euros and only three units were built, one of which was for Horacio Pagani himself. Under the body, you'll find a 7.3 L biturbo V12 making 789 bhp and 850 Nm of torque, coupled with a six-speed manual transmission. The power is sent through the rear wheels.
The HP comes with massive 380m ventilated discs with six-piston calipers up at the front and four-piston calipers at the back. It sits on 20-inch wheels and 21-inch wheels at the front and back respectively. It looks great but not so different from most Zondas out there – except for the partially covered rear wheels and the giant spoiler. Unsurprisingly, thanks to an extensive use of carbon fibre, it only weighs 1,250 kg.
Inside you'll find an incredible interior with crazy attention to details. It feels like a team of designers had a million ideas and threw them all in the mix. The seats are upholstered in beige leather with contrast blue stitching and blue and beige plaid; there's wood, aluminium and leather on the steering wheel, and both the dashboard and the door panel feature a mix of leather, aluminium and carbon fibre. There are so many different styles and patterns. The gear stick for example includes beige leather, wood, aluminium and a red button on the knob.
It is well refined and special. In this instance, I think Horacio Pagani wanted to build a special Zonda for himself, then he realized it turned out to be pretty cool and probably called two of his most loyal customers and got them involved.
This car is out of this world and Pagani gave it the unique, outrageous interior it truly deserved.