It’s not a lamp as the name might suggest, but something flashy. After two years of intense consultation between Pagani and Lapo Elkann of Garage Italia Customs, we are presented with Pagani Huayra Lampo.

In Italy, “lampo” translates as lightning. Let’s get some historical background on this.

Back in 1954, Fiat had a moment of brilliant madness and released Turbina. The two-seater looks way ahead of its time and as the name suggests, it’s powered by a gas turbine.

While there’s more than half a century between the two, Huayra and Turbina aren’t that different shapewise.

The Huayra Lampo features the standard 6-liter AMG V12 biturbo engine. On the outside, lightning-themed Brembo calipers rest beneath the rims. Obviously, the livery also gives a throwback to Fiat’s moment of beautiful insanity.

Since the coating is transparent, you can easily enjoy the carbon fiber layup and aluminum accents all around the hypercar.

Along with the stylish treatment, Pagani also included a few aerodynamic upgrades within the Huayra Lampo.

Would you like one? I bet you would. With enough digits on a check, Garage Italia Customs will mod any car to your absolute dream. Just not this one, as it has to remain one of a kind.

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