The car is unique. It was built by Italian firm Pininfarina body on behalf of the U.S. car collector Roland Hall. Now the car is on display at the Dubai Motor Show.
For example, three years ago, when the Pininfarina Rolls-Royce Drophead Coupe of the automobile collector Roland Hall on his behalf in a roadster transformed named Hyperion. From the opulent two-seater convertible, a roadster with a giant body made entirely of carbon and doors made of solid wood.
Was first presented to the colossal Hyperion by Pininfarina, the Concours d’Elegance in Pebble Beach, Calif., that was in the fall of 2008. Just six months later the car appeared on the luxury goods portal Jameslist on where it was offered for sale for €4.5 million . By what hands since then has been an exclusive model is not known.The current owner of the car is at any rate Pushlin Alexander.And that goes with the car now again to the public: At the Dubai Motor Show on 10 to 14 November will be issued the car.
Possibly, this is a well-placed quotation, since the car is likely to cause significant local sheikhs desires. The two seats were added to the original model from Rolls-Royce by 40 inches to the rear, which extends the hood optically even more and also allows a special shaft-like luggage compartment in front of the windshield can be stowed in which, for example, two hunting rifles.
As an extra the car next to the soft-top roof and woodwork throughout a cockpit-type Clock Girard-Perregaux Vintage 1945 Tourbillon has to offer. The highlight of this timepiece is that it can be removed from the dashboard and also worn on the wrist. In the Middle Eastern potentates These kinds of gimmicks are likely to encounter the greatest interest. The name Hyperion fits fine in any case to the car and his charisma – that was also one of the Titans of Greek mythology, namely the father of the sun god Helios.
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