‘Not Johann Rupert’: R150 million Pagani Imola owner revealed [watch]

‘Not Johann Rupert’: R150 million Pagani Imola owner revealed [watch]

Mzansi has managed to connect the dots about the owner of the trending R150 million Pagani Imola, and it’s not Johann Rupert as alleged.


Over the weekend, social media was abuzz as photos and videos of one of the five ever-made Pagani Imola made rounds on the internet.

The R150 million beast was being air-fighted out of South Africa, leaving many trying to connect the dots about its owner and destination. Undoubtedly, many were more than convinced that it was Europe-bound because of its Swiss registration plates.

The Pagani Imola was first spotted in Stellenbosch, Western Cape, in December 2023. Over the weekend, petrolheads shared photos of the car at the airport being air freighted out of South Africa.

The photos of the Pagani Imola have undoubtedly gained thousands of comments and reactions since they dropped on the internet. Surprisingly, several clips of the car have also resurfaced online recently.

Some car enthusiasts were more than convinced that billionaire Johann Rupert was the owner. However, against the trends, Mzansi has connected the dots about the owner of the R150 Pagani Imola that had been making headlines.

Celebrated business mogul and car enthusiast Selwyn Chatz reportedly owns the trending Pagani Imola. Over the years, he has kept his private life under wraps, leaving many to guess.

Africa Facts Zone reports that Selwyn Chatz is the CEO of Chatz Connect, South Africa’s largest handset and airtime supplier and Vodacom4u, South Africa’s biggest private cellular business. However, he has also received global recognition from Worldwide Who’s Who over the years.


Selwyn Chatz is a familiar name to petrolheads since he boasts of an impressive collection worth millions. His collection is dubbed as one of the best not only in Africa but the worldwide. He has a soft spot for the finest cars in the world and has an impressive fleet to show for it.

However, apart from the R150 million Pagani Imola, Selwyn Chatz reportedly owns:

However, a few weeks ago, Selwyn Chatz’s rumoured R20 million Pagani Huayra Roadster hogged headlines. Photos of one of the hundred ever-made Pagani Huayra Roadsters in Cape Town, South Africa, made rounds on the internet.

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