To own a Pagani Zonda R, you’ll need well over $2 million. If you can find one, that is (there were only 15 ever made). Yet somehow, this particular V12 Italian stallion has made its way into the living room of one bloke’s outlandish Miami residence.
The 4,200-square-foot oceanfront condo, which itself is valued at US$8 million, makes use of the exclusive supercar as a living room divider, separating the open space from the master suite. Miami Curbed report that Artefacto Home Staging was employed to help hoist the piece of ‘automotive art’ up and into the apartment through the open balcony doors. The car was then flipped on its side and placed on an aluminium stand designed to give the impression the vehicle is floating between the two rooms.
This might seem excessive – and don’t get us wrong, it definitely is – but it’s not the first time such insane scenes have been witnessed of die-hard car lovers and their interior design plans. A bloke in Sao Paulo, Brazil once mounted Senna’s Formula One Lotus to his 22nd-floor ceiling. You read that right.
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