This Pagani Huayra is the hypercar of grocery-getters

With so much effort being devoted to improving performance, the potentially mundane uses of a hypercar are often overlooked. YouTube user Speedracer38 snagged a chance to see how one of the most expensive vehicles in the world, a Pagani Huayra, handled a very simple errand. He tagged along as the owner of a $2 million blue Pagani Huayra took a trip to a Whole Foods in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Now, the Huayra doesn't come with traditional storage space. There is no trunk in either the back of front of this mid-engine beast. That Mercedes-AMG 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine takes up a lot of space, after all. Instead, the car has two carbon fiber storage compartments sitting in front of the rear wheels.

Getting the bags of groceries into the Huayra was a challenge. The gull-wing doors needed to be lifted, as well as the entire back half of the vehicle, to reach the storage units. After all that the larger compartment on the passenger side was only able to fit two bags of groceries.

So, can you pick up groceries in a Huayra? Sure. Go nuts. It's your multimillion dollar car, and as long as you're only hauling two or three bags home (and there are no speedbumps on the way), you should be all good. But it's probably better to stick with something more at home in a parking than a racetrack for more intense shopping trips.

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