First Pagani Utopia Lands in U.S., Snapped Up by Billionaire Tim Gillean!

Hopefully the new owner is able to manage the strength of the 6.0-liter -turbocharged V12.

Pagani Utopia

Tim Gillean, a billionaire businessman, has added the newest Pagani Utopia to his already impressive collection in the .

Gillean co-founded Cross Equities, and his son, Gage Gillean, manages the GG Exotics channel. The Gilleans made headlines in November 2020 when Gage, who was 17 at the , wrecked his father's one-of-a-kind purple carbon fiber Pagani Huayra Roadster.

Pagani Utopia
Pagani Utopia

The 's new Utopia is as well-equipped as their old Huayra Roadster. It has a mix of white and carbon fiber on the outside. Turquoise touches, like a stripe down the middle and details on the brakes, make it stand out.

The car's inside has many unique details. The bucket seats, backed with carbon fiber, are mostly covered in fancy white leather with a black leather pattern in the middle. Glossy satin carbon fiber can be seen in various places, like the dashboard and shift paddles. There are also plenty of exposed aluminum parts, adding style to the steering wheel, gauge cluster, central control stack, and transmission tunnel.

Pagani Utopia
Pagani Utopia
Pagani Utopia

The Utopia runs on a 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V12 from AMG, which pumps out 852 hp and 811 lb-ft (1,100 Nm) of torque. With a weight of just 2,822 lbs (1,280 kg), this car packs a serious punch. Let's hope Gage drives this car more cautiously than his dad's Huayra Roadster to prevent any accidents.

The Utopia is available with a seven-speed manual or an X-trac seven-speed automated manual transmission, and this specific model comes with the latter.

Share This Article
Leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *