The Huayra R and the brand-new Huayra Codalunga will take on the famous hill climb.
Each owner has forked out at least €7 million for their Huayra Codalunga.
Just 300 units of the C10 will be built spread across coupe and convertible models along with the expected special editions. All build slots have reportedly been filled.
Powering this ultra-rare speedster is a 7.3-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine developed by AMG.
When the sale took place, it was revealed that the new owner was also from the UK but it is not clear whether they would be keeping the Pagani Zonda in that area.
The C10 is clearly an evolution of the Huayra as it retains the retro styling and overall teardrop shape.
This is not the first time we are posting about the incredible noise the Pagani Huayra R makes and will probably not be the last.
The F1 driver has been spotted in the car a few times and even had a minor bump in it in 2015.
Internally it is referred to as ‘C10’ and powering the Italian machine will be the 6.0-litre biturbo V12.
Only 30 examples of the Pagani Huayra R will ever be built.