Getting a left-hand drive vehicle into South Africa is pretty much impossible without the use of something called a Carnet license but what if desperately wanted a Pagani Huayra? Well thanks to this seller, you can now buy one and bring it into South Africa if you would like.
Out of the 100 Huayra units built 2 of them were right-hand drive and both were shipped to the UK. This Dubai Red example is currently for sale for $2,360,410 (roughly R30 million) which means it is rather pricey in Huayra terms but it is in mint condition with low mileage, full service history and a 6-piece luggage set.
With 3,862km on the clock it has not been a garage queen but it also has not been abused. You also get a 6.0-litre twin-turbo V12 that pumps out 720 horsepower and 1,100 Nm of torque for that price!