Pagani worth 7,4 million dollars seized by the authorities

Written by Jakob A. Overgaard

Feb.25 - 2024 8:43 AM CET

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In a stunning turn of events that has captured the attention of car enthusiasts and legal experts alike, a Pagani supercar, valued at an astonishing 7,4 million dollars, has been seized by authorities in Switzerland.

The police in Switzerland do not differentiate whether a car is worth 5,000, or 5 million dollars. If you break the law, they will come after you.

Recently, a Pagani owner allegedly had to hand over the keys to his ultra-rare Huayra Codalunga to the police in Switzerland. The car, of which only five examples exist, is an evolution of the 'standard' Huayra, featuring a 6-liter, 12-cylinder engine with 852 horsepower and 1,100 Nm of torque from AMG in Affalterbach.

The vehicle in question, a masterpiece of engineering and design, is known for its exclusivity and astronomical price tag. Paganis are celebrated for their cutting-edge technology, breathtaking performance, and unparalleled craftsmanship, making them a coveted possession among the world's elite.

However, the Swiss police are completely indifferent to this. Yet, details behind the incident are scarce.

This was reported by Carscoops.

Photographer Freddie Atkins was apparently asked to 'stop filming' the police's work. Nevertheless, he continued to do so. The clip ended up on the social media platform Instagram.

In the comments section, there is lively speculation about why the police seized the super rare Italian car. Some believe that the Pagani was not equipped with the correct (winter) tires. Others speculate further, suggesting that the police were displeased with how the license plate was mounted.

The owner of the Pagani is far from the only car owner that the Swiss police have targeted. In fact, the country's law enforcement is notorious for being aggressive with the ticket book – and worse – on the roads.

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