• This Pagani Utopia appears bound for North America.
  • The painted yellow surfaces are contrasted with glossy carbon fiber.
  • Pagani is building just 99 examples of the new V12 supercar.

Earlier this month, Modena played host to the annual Motor Valley Fest, an event that celebrates some of the finest cars to come out of the region. One key highlight of the event was this; a Pagani Utopia painted yellow and adorned in heaps of carbon fiber.

Production of the Huayra’s successor is well underway and customer deliveries have started. This is the most flamboyant Utopia we’ve seen to date and based on the presence of orange side markers up front, it looks to be a North American-spec model.

Read: All-Carbon Pagani Utopia Is The First Delivered In U.S.

 Yellow Pagani Utopia Stuns At Modena Car Festival
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Like many Zondas and Huayras produced over the years, the exterior finish of this Utopia is split into two segments. The central spine of the body, including the hood, roof, engine cover, and rear spoiler, are bathed in glossy carbon fiber while the rest, including the front and rear quarter panels and the doors, have been painted yellow. The colors of the Italian flag also run over the car.

Elsewhere, the car’s owner ordered the wheels to be finished with a yellow outer rim while the inner spokes are painted gloss black. Carbon fiber aero elements are also found on the wheels while hidden behind them are gold brake calipers.

 Yellow Pagani Utopia Stuns At Modena Car Festival
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Then there’s the cabin. The Utopia’s seats are primarily finished in black leather with yellow stitching but the centers have a chequered flag pattern of yellow and black leather. Pagani has also fitted yellow seat belts and bathed the gauge cluster and transmission tunnel in carbon fiber, rather than the aluminum finish that’s also available.

While Pagani does sell the car with a traditional seven-speed manual transmission, this unit has the available 7-speed Xtrac automated manual, complete with paddle shifters. Rounding out the custom touches made include yellow stitching on the doors with the number ’26.’

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Posted by Pagani Automobili on Friday, May 3, 2024