A Pagani Huayra Codalunga has taken to the ice track at The ICE (International Concours of Elegance) St. Moritz 2023.
The stunning hypercar was captured on video sliding about on the icy track, putting on a real show for onlookers.
With only five in existence, each one worth in the region of $7.4 million, it’s truly a sight to behold.
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The ICE St. Moritz is an annual event where supercar owners gather to show off their prized possessions in a unique setting.
Those who are brave enough have the opportunity to flaunt their cars whilst on the move on the ice track.
The driver of the Pagani Huayra Codalunga was clearly up for the challenge, although the video suggests it took a few laps to build some courage.
It’d be far too easy to let the excitement take a hold and to plant your foot, especially with all that power at your disposal.
However, the driver opted for a more cautious approach, taking time to get used to the slippery surface.
But after a few laps, they clearly got the hang of it, and let the hypercar slide about a bit.
There was a heart-stopping moment in the video, though.
As the hypercar backs up, it almost hits a pylon, which would’ve certainly raised a few eyebrows back at Pagani HQ.
On a brighter note, the video gives us a glimpse inside the cockpit of the Pagani Huayra Codalunga.
There’s swatches of aged leather, as well as intertwined hide and suede design running down the center of the seats.
To finish things off, there’s some high-end metalwork, and carbon fiber elements on the steering wheel.
It’s just a shame that all five examples of the Pagani Huayra Codalunga are sold out.
Oh well, one can only dream…