Lewis Hamilton has reportedly sold his Pagani Zonda 760LH, pocketing millions in the process.
According to Italian magazine Quattroruote, Hamilton sold the car for 10 million euros, having initially bought it for 1.4 million, marking a profit of 8.6 million.
The car was made specifically for Hamilton several years ago, hence the 'LH' found at the end of the name. Boasting a V12 engine and 760 horsepower, it can go from 0 to 100km/h in just 2.6 seconds.
Quattroruote's report adds that Hamilton sold the car for ethical reasons and that he will only drive hybrid or electric cars going forward – with the new Mercedes-AMG Project ONE fitting the bill.
In a social media post in late 2020, Hamilton stated that he tries to use electric cars "wherever possible".
A separate update by The Zonda Registry on Instagram states that the car is now UK-based.
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