If you have to ask then you probably can't afford it but a rare peak at the price list for the Pagani Huayra supercar is still a stunning insight into the world of the super rich.
The Supercar Kids website published the price list this week, complete with the additional extras which would be enough to terrify us regular folk.
According to the list, a standard Huayra will set you back a mere €1.056 million (NZ$1.696m).
That price includes "standard" features such as carbon ceramic brakes, front splitter, titanium exhaust, front lifting system, touchscreen media centre and tyre repair kit/wheels socket.
If you're not happy with that look then flip to the optional extras list to put an even bigger dent in your bank balance.
The Huayra comes with a full carbon bodywork option for a cool €112,500 (NZ$180,500) while a two-tone paint job and inserts in visible carbon fibre add a further €59,500 (NZ$95,400).
Any self-respecting supercar owner wouldn't be caught without matching luggage and a seven-piece set is a must have for a mere €14,950 (NZ$24,000).
To further "enhance" the look, brake calipers can be painted for €3750 (NZ$6018).
Other options include:
-Premium interior leather Pagani Signature €7900 (NZ$12,678).
-Rear view camera €4900 (NZ$7863).
-Rear parking sensors €1500 (NZ$2407).
-Zonda R style wheels €5900 (NZ$9468).
-Wheel option colours (gold/black/liquid silver) €3500 (NZ$5616).
-Extended stone chip guard €4500 (NZ$7220).
Below is the price list as published by The Supercar Kids.
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