Long ago, Salomondrin sold his Pagani Huayra 730S Edition to David Lee. The famous Ferrari collector has since then upgraded the Huayra with a Pacchetto Tempesta package. He also rechristened it. It’s now the Pagani Huayra 730S Da Vinci.
Gram’s Supercars spotted the Huayra 730S Da Vinci in Beverly Hills, California. With the Tempesta pack, the Huayra does look fantastic. The optional dynamic pack was developed in collaboration with Dallara and costs about $170,000. For that you get a revised aerodynamics package which improves under-body air flow and adds downforce.
New four-way adjustable Ohlins shocks replace the standard parts. Also, the new 20-inch front and 21-inch rear alloy wheels are lighter than ones offered on the standard Huayra. David Lee’s Pagani looks particularly good in those gold multi-spoke wheels.
Under all the carbon fiber, the Huayra 730S Da Vinci sports a titanium exhaust that’s 3 kg lighter than standard. I bet, it made it a brilliant sound while rolling down the street in Beverly Hills.
David Lee’s Pagani Huayra 730S Da Vinci image gallery: