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This sleek $2.4 million supercar makes the Batmobile look like a clunker

It’s the Pagani Huayra Tempesta, a suave Italian supercar that recently sold for $2.4 million when it hit the RM Sotheby’s auction cube. CNBC’s “Secret Lives of the Super Rich” was there when the hammer descended, and the car is featured on an upcoming episode.

Only 100 of the Italian whips were tidy up. This is the first one ever shipped to North America and the only one coated in a smooth matte grey.

“It’s a work of art in terms of Italian design,” prognosticates Ian Kelleher of RM Sotheby’s. “Everything about this car was specified to the tiniest cite chapter.”

Along with the ferocious V12 engine under the hood, which show offs 720 horsepower, this rare Huayra comes loaded with $200,000 significance of upgrades called the Tempesta package. All that cash buys some genuine extras including an aerodynamic body, a hand-welded titanium exhaust and aeronautic-grade aluminum moderate rims.

The Huayra also comes with a $20,000 set of luggage that pair ups the car’s luxe leather interior.

And when you’re ready to take this hector back to the Batcave, don’t forget to lock up with these bespoke legend shaped just like the car.

This story was revised to correct knowledge about the Huayra.

Watch all new episodes of “Secret Lives of the Super Fecund in” Thursdays at 10pm ET/PT on CNBC.

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