this miami residence is outfitted with a $1.5 million supercar mounted on the wall

this miami residence is outfitted with a $1.5 million supercar mounted on the wall

with just 15 models manufactured each year, the pagani zonda R is one of the rarest cars in the world. however, in an $8 million luxury condominium on the oceanfront of miami, one of the very few privately owned zondas has been installed to function as both as a high-impact partition between the living room and master suite, and an artistic centerpiece for the residence.

pagani miami residence
the supercar becomes an artistic divider between the living room and master suite
all images by finish my condo



artefacto home staging was in charge of ensuring the powerful, 800-pound race car was hoisted correctly into the building. working alongside the italian craftsman at pagani, the teams then created an aluminum and carbon fiber stand, which creates the illusion that the vehicle is floating in mid-air.

pagani miami residence
the $8 million luxury residence has ocean front views, with the rare supercar as a centerpiece



in order to compliment a supercar that can go from 125mph to 0 in 4.3 seconds, artefacto also fully furnished the residence around the vehicle with a sleek aesthetic of clean, bold lines — completing this artistic dream home for all car enthusiasts.

the car becomes a partition of epic proportions

pagani miami residence
the pagani zonda R has a top speed of 218 mph (350.8 km/h) and accelerates to 0 to 60 mph (0.0 to 96.6 km/h)

pagani miami residence
the 4,232 sqf home was fully furnished by artefacto with a theme to compliment the race car

pagani miami residence
the pagani race car is one of the finest italian supercars on the market. it’s market price starts around $1.5 million



meanwhile, check out the pagani zonda R in action here:




  • 1 Question : Why?

    ihadtocomment says:
  • so tacky …

    vss says:
  • At 800lbs obviously this is only the body, wheels, etc. No engine no drive train.

    Joe blow says:
  • Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.

    steve says:
  • More shockingly, why would you pay 8 million for a condo like that?!? Get me a hilltop mansion somewhere instead.

    Renze Rispens says:
  • Miami vice … ghastly, like living with a dead body.

    Leonardo Sideri says:
  • What a waste of an incredible automobile 🙁

    Jacob says:
  • Well, I guess the car is more some kind of investment, like an artpiece. And, as far as i know Paganis are not approved to be driven on US roads. So you could only put it in storrage.

    Claus says:
  • Article starts to read like the Daily Mail . . .”mounted on the wall.” Sccheeesh.

    Higgs Merino says:
  • I am glad the car is capable of accelerating from 0 – 60. But so does my Civic.

    Kevin Kelly says:
  • Just get a replica of the body commissioned by Pagani and leave the original in your garage like a normal person would!

    why does it matter says:
  • My question is,if someone was to take it off its side,could you get in it and drive away. Or has the engine been taken out. It it was me I would take it of the wall,drive it for awhile then sell it. In reality were can you drive at that speed accept a race track.

  • Thats stupid i rather drive my 1.5 million dollar supercar than look at it inside the house everyday

    Collin says:
  • wild corny

    stevie says:
  • So very Miami! And so very bad on the car … oil, fluids, anyone? Dumb, so dumb.

    JJR says:
  • Fantastic car!!!

    Melody says:
  • I really hope the new owner takes it down and drives it..or sells it to someone that will drive it.
    What a horrible waste.

    Fish says:
  • Sooo, does this person have a boat as a wall in his house? Perhaps a tank as a roof?

    Artem says:
  • I hope the car doesn’t work anymore. Otherwise I’m sorry for this person.
    To have so much money and not putting it to use in things that matter… so empty…

    Pedro says:
  • Cool, but such a waste.

    I could see parking the car in your living room and making it a center piece, but mounting it on the wall and not being able to drive it is just dumb.

    MJ says:
  • why not?
    I wonder if it has a working engine or it’s just a shell.

    John uber says:
  • I’ve been told that the car is actually one of the very first pre-production prototypes, which is not outfitted with an engine, and belongs to the designer that made the origual designs. When he was leaving the company, he requested the model to be given to him.

    I have a friend working for the compqny that took the car through the window, so they had to take the window and reinstall it after.

    Rhyan says:
  • Do you have another 1.5 to buy one for driving? Sell one and invest more.

    Bre t says:
  • This is a perfect example of a guy with way to much damn money. Lol. He has a car as his center piece that cost more than ill make my whole life. Nuts. I think he should of replicated it. And kept the real one somewhere protected from fire, flood, or anything else that could happen to a house that close to ocean. Hell im struggling to buy a 3200 dollar harley lmao. Still have to say it looks pretty damn cool for real

    John says:
  • Obscene display of wealth…..typical sociopaths!

    Joseph smith says:
  • Let him do what he wants . Just wish I could have studied more and made more money . I would love to work for this person.

    Becky Humphries says:

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