Photo credit: Pablo Perez Companc
When is a Pagani Zonda not just a hypercar designed for the track? When it’s being used as a space divider in a luxurious apartment. Pablo Perez Companc, who owns both a rare Huayra BC and a Zonda Revolucion, decided to use a Pagani Zonda shell as a living room divider in a modern $8-million oceanfront Miami condo. Perez said that it “structurally will never be able to receive an engine or the entire mechanical part. I would never condemn Black Minion to being locked in a living room. Race cars are for driving.” Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“Something harder to accomplish was transporting the Zonda bodywork into the condo, as cutting it into smaller pieces was definitely not an option. Installing the vehicle was done with the help of an exterior crane that lifted the Zonda into the air and through the condo’s balcony doors. Once the bodywork was inside, it was rotated in a vertical position and fixed into a custom aluminum and carbon fiber stand. If anyone doubted the fact that Paganis were works of art, this should settle the discussion once and for all,” reports Car Scoops.