Proof that you can't buy good taste: The Huayra Codalunga is a limited-edition hypercar of which just five will be made, at a starting price of €7 million (USD $7.35 million). For starters, the exterior looks like someone tried to create a series of expensive-to-fabricate surfaces that bear no relation to one another:
Then you get to the car's inside:
Well, I just have a million questions.
- Why the hell do the seats have crotches?
- Where do you store the chess pieces that you play on the seat bottoms with?
- Which element on the Periodic Table wasn't used in the manufacture of the dashboard?
- Does this car come with a fun helmet that has my call sign printed on the front of it?
- Why are there only four individual LED lights to illuminate the grab handle on the door, when you could've used 8, preferably blinking and in different colors?
- No cupholder, I see; maybe you could design one I can plug into these USB-A ports?
- Do I have to unscrew the shift knob to use it as a honey dipper, or does it just pop off?
- Out of the €7 million I spent on this, which million was spent on not covering the shift console, leaving the linkages exposed?
All in all, this is the visual version of Han Solo's olfactory experience on Hoth.Enter a caption (optional)
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Whoa baby!! What if you got really high and mashed one of those "Cars of the future" from the 1950's with a late 90's stereo system....
You're spot on - nineties stereo system was the first thing I thought when I saw it!
This makes me miss your snarky design recaps. Please find some heinous/useless things and go off, Rain.
That anticlockwise speedometer *chefs kiss*
That's some high quality journalism right there....
You didn't mention that the manufacturer is Pagani. And, all of their interiors are tacky -
You're not wrong - I've just image Googled Pagini Interiors. The purple and yellow 'Joker' interior makes this one look almost tasteful!
I like it. Sorry.