R150m Pagani Imola being air freighted out of SA [watch]


R150m Pagani Imola being air freighted out of SA [watch]

The famous R150m Pagani Imola is making headlines after it was seen being air freighted out of South Africa in a now-viral video.

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A few months ago, social media was abuzz after a Pagani Imola was spotted in South Africa. No doubt, photos and videos of one of the most expensive cars in the world left petrolheads drooling.

Zero2turbo shared a video of the car spotted in Stellenbosch. Mzansi was quick to try to connect the dots about the owner of the R150 million beast.



Mzansi is still trying to connect the dots about the owner of the R150 million car. In the viral photos, the car is reportedly being shipped out of South Africa.

Against the now-trending videos and photos, Mzansi was more than convinced that it was Switzerland-bound. The car had Switzerland plates while still in SA. No doubt, the Pagani Imola boasts exclusivity and luxury.

Only five hit the market. Videos and photos of the Pagani Imola being loaded in cargo at a local airport have been making rounds since they dropped on the internet. The now-viral photos and videos have gained thousands of comments and reactions since they dropped on the internet.


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However, last week, a Pagani Huayra Roadster hogged headlines. Dubbed as one of the most sought-after supercars, the R20 million beauty was spotted in the Western Cape.

However, only 100 units hit the market, and few have reached Africa. Well, let’s dive into the eight editions of the Pagani that have often hogged headlines with their exclusivity. Huayra BC – Only 30 units hit the market after unveiling in 2016.

Pagani Huayra Roadster – Unveiled in 2017, only 100 units hit the market at the lowest price of R18 million. Pagani Huayra BC Roadster – Only 40 units hit the market in 2019.

However, only five units of the Pagani Imola hit the market in 2020, with the lowest priced at R150 million. The Italian manufacturer also introduced four Frecce Tricolori, Pagani Huayra R and a Pagani Codalunga between 2021 and 2023.


However, South Africa has fast become a playground for the rich. Several hypercars and supercars have been causing a stir in the country. This is not the first time sleek supercars from Cape Town have hogged headlines.

However, the Pagani Imola recently joined a host of supercars spotted in South Africa. Some of the cars which have often topped trends include:

  • R22.3 million Ferrari 599 SA Aperta
  • R13 million first customer-owned Ferrari Purosangue
  • BMW i7
  • BMW i8
  • Aston Martin DBS 770 Ultimate Xenon Grey


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