Tufman Kalman, a Turkish property tycoon is suing an exlusive London-based car dealer after buying a Pagani Zonda 760 Coupe which he claims cannot be used, reports the Daily Mail.
Kalman bought the bespoke Italian sportscar, of which only 13 have ever been made, back in February 2017 but has since alleged that the dealership failed to provide him with registration documents which allow him to drive the motor in the UK.
In a writ issued at the High Court in London, it is commented that “without the original registration documents from the UK, Mr Kalman is unable to get the car registered in Switzerland. Hence the car cannot be used.
“To date Pagani UK Ltd has neither delivered the registration documents, nor repaid the purchase price.”
The document goes on to claim that at the time of purchase, the car had not been registered and there were no registration documents in existence.
Kalman’s solicitor, Gunter Zimmer, said: “After waiting for about six months, Mr Kalman had the car delivered to Switzerland regardless.
“To date, the defendant has neither delivered the registration documents nor repaid the purchase price.”