Remember the one-off Pagani Huayra Pearl that had wrecked in Paris a few years ago? Well, the same car has been involved in an accident again, this time in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
While details about the accident are still unknown, a video posted on social media suggests the supercar may have rear-ended another vehicle. As you can see, most of the front section has been damaged. The impact was hard enough to rip all the carbon fibre bits to shreds.
The Huayra Pearl (chassis no. 76094) is finished in blue carbon and features unique aero bits. The car was rebuilt after the Paris crash in 2016. Back then, the complete left-rear of the car was destroyed. Getting it back on the road would’ve been a monumental task and an expensive one at that.
Unfortunately, the Huayra Pearl won’t be seen again on the streets for some time.