Barely two days after the crash of the Koenigsegg Agera One:1 at the Nürburgring another hypercar was totaled on the streets of Paris. This time the 1 of 1 Pagani Huayra Pearl has crashed.
The Koenigsegg Agera One:1 crash
Two days ago, one of the priciest cars in the world, crashed on the Nürburgring while testing in preparation for a lap record attempt. The $6 million worth and 1,341 hp strong hypercar, 1 of 7 Koenigsegg Agera One:1 locked up its wheels and crashed into a barrier. The skidmarks suggest a failure occurred under braking.
The impact was so heavy that the hypercar eventually caught fire, which was contained immediately. The driver walked away unharmed, despite the magnitude of the crash.
As it turns out, they were testing various setups for upcoming cars as part of their development process. In a statement released by Koenigsegg, the Swedish car maker has confirmed that the wrecked car will be rebuilt.
The Pagani Huayra Pearl crash
Just few days later, the 1 of 1 Pagani Huayra Pearl has crashed in Paris. Little information is known regarding the crash which seems to have damaged the most of the car's rear end.
Pagani built the Huayra Pear as a special one-off for a wealthy customer This special edition Huayra, consist of more than 5,000 individual components.
This particular one is heavily inspired by the past Pagani models including the Zonda R, S and the track oriented Huayra BC. The rear split wing for example is borrowed from the Zonda S, and the entire project took the design team one year to complete.
It looks like mehanic teams at Koenigsegg and Pagani will have alot of work to do this summer!