Racer and collector of supercars Pagani Pablo Perez installed in the center of the living room of his house a vertical rack on which the carbon Zonda Revolucion is fixed. A photo of an unusual art object is placed in the Instagram-account pperezc.
According to Drivetribe, the installation is just a carbon-fiber full-size supercar model, without any mechanical components and assemblies. However, in one of the comments to the post in Instagram it is stated that earlier it was a real Pagani Zonda Revolucion.
This machine was equipped with a six-liter atmospheric V12 AMG, the output of which is 800 horsepower and 730 Nm of torque. The box is a six-step “sequencal” with a gear change time of 20 milliseconds. From zero to 100 km/h supercar is able to accelerate in 2.5 seconds, and its maximum speed is 350 kilometers per hour. Price Pagani Zonda Revolucion – 4.5 million dollars
However, placing cars in living quarters, as well as turning them into decor elements is a common practice. So, in February a house in The Hague was put up for sale, on the ground floor of which, equipped with a rest room, is parked Porsche Cayenne. A similar concept can be found in Amsterdam: there the car is parked almost in the kitchen.