First Pagani Utopia has arrived in the U.S. Its owner is billionaire businessman Tim Gillean.

Let’s hope the new owner can handle the power of the 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V12.

The latest Pagani Utopia has arrived in the United States, joining the impressive car collection of billionaire businessman Tim Gillean.

For those unfamiliar, Gillean is the co-founder of the investment firm Cross Equities, and his son, Gage Gillean, runs the GG Exotics YouTube channel. The Gilleans first gained attention in November 2020 when Gage, then 17, crashed his father’s unique purple carbon fiber Pagani Huayra Roadster.

The family’s Utopia is just as impressively outfitted as their previous Huayra Roadster. Its exterior features a stunning blend of white-painted surfaces and exposed carbon fiber. Turquoise accents, including a stripe running along the center of the Italian hypercar and detailing on the brake calipers, add to its striking appearance.

The car’s interior features numerous custom touches. The carbon fiber-backed bucket seats are primarily covered in luxurious white leather with a detailed black leather pattern in the center. Gloss satin carbon fiber is prevalent throughout, including on the dashboard and shift paddles. Exposed aluminum parts are also abundant, adorning the steering wheel, gauge cluster, central control stack, and transmission tunnel.

The Utopia is powered by a 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V12 from AMG, producing 852 hp and 811 lb-ft (1,100 Nm) of torque. This is an impressive amount of power, especially given the car’s light weight of 2,822 lbs (1,280 kg). Hopefully, Gage handles this car with more care than his father’s Huayra Roadster to avoid another crash.

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

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  • Ian Sawyer

    Growing up with a father who was a mechanic I had an appreciation for cars and motorcycles from an early age. I shared my first bike with my brother that had little more than a 40cc engine but it opened up a world of excitement for me, I was hooked. As I grew older I progressed onto bigger bikes and...