While we have seen exclusive cars being parked right next to the living room, it is not common see a supercar being used as a room divider. Are we insane? Certainly, we are not. Have a look at this striking room divider installed at Pablo Perez Companc’s (Argentinian racing driver) condo in Miami which is, in fact, a true copy of the Pagani Zonda Revolucion Black Minion supercar.
And mind you, the car replica for this installation was created by Pagani itself who lend it every single detail quite carefully, right from the carbon fiber body to the exact ratio of the original supercar. Obviously, the car has no mechanical or electronic parts as it is just a work of art.
Getting this exquisite room divider inside the $8 million oceanfront condo was a challenge in itself as Companc had to get it lifted up to his floor using a crane. The carbon fiber shell and other components were lifted separately.
The Back Minion sits on an aluminum and carbon fiber stand which holds it in place to offer Companc a 360-degree view of his favorite ride. The car divides his floor into two – bedroom and living room.
Quite a novel idea if you are a car lover as you’ll wake up to the sight of your beautiful lady. To be precise, only 15 of these beauties have been manufactured so far by Zonda.
Companc revealed on his social media profiles;
There is a lot of talk about the Zonda that I have in my house. First of all, it’s not my Zonda Revolution Black Minion. This is just a work of art. Structurally will never be able to receive an engine or the entire mechanical part. I would never condemn Black Minion to being locked in a living room. Race cars are for driving.
People might have divided opinions over his unique taste for home décor, but every car lover is going to drool over this one, we are sure!