The man in question goes by the name of Pablo Perez and he owns both a rare Huayra BC and a Zonda Revolucion specifically for track use. He’s clearly such a big fan of the iconic Italian hypercar that he decided it would make for the perfect art piece.
Details about the Zonda hanging sideways are limited and it’s unclear if it is simply an art piece which Pagani created for the collector. A comment on Drive Tribe suggests that it is a full-blown Zonda Revolucion that’s simply had its powertrain removed.
In either case, it is pretty damn remarkable and acts as a perfect, multi-million dollar wall to separate two areas of the living room.
This isn’t the first time an Italian exotic has been strung up on a wall. Perhaps most famously, the Lamborghini museum in Sant’Agata has had a selection of the brand’s models hung up as art pieces over the years. When we visited the facility in 2016, a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster, complete with its engine, was displayed.