The Pagani Automobili S.p.A., commonly known as Pagani, is an Italian manufacturer of high-performance sports cars. The Pagani car company was founded by Horacio Pagani in 1992 and is based in Modena, Italy. Pagani is known for producing limited-edition, handcrafted hypercars that are renowned for their extreme performance, cutting-edge technology, and exquisite craftsmanship. One of Pagani’s most iconic models is the Pagani Zonda, which was introduced in 1999 and gained worldwide recognition for its unique design and exceptional performance. The Zonda has been produced in several iterations, with each model highly sought after by car enthusiasts and collectors.
In addition to the Zonda, Pagani also produces the Pagani Huayra, which was introduced in 2011 as the successor to the Zonda. The Huayra features a bespoke V12 engine developed by Pagani in collaboration with Mercedes-AMG and has been praised for its performance, handling, and attention to detail. Pagani cars are known for their extreme performance capabilities, with top speeds exceeding 200 mph (322 km/h) and acceleration from 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in just a few seconds. Each Pagani automobile is built by hand by a team of skilled craftsmen at the company’s Modena factory, and the level of attention to detail and customization options available to customers is unparalleled.
However, Pagani cars are also known for their exclusivity and high prices, making them rare and coveted among supercar enthusiasts. Despite their limited production numbers, Pagani has earned a worldwide reputation for pushing the boundaries of automotive engineering and design, and their cars are considered some of the most exotic and desirable automobiles in the world:
The Pagani Zonda is the first model produced by Pagani and gained significant attention for its unique design and performance. Pagani Zonda featured a mid-engine layout and was available in various limited-edition versions, each with its own distinct features and power outputs.
Pagani was introduced to Pagani Huayra in 2011 as the successor to the Pagani Zonda. The Pagani Huayra continued Pagani’s tradition of blending artistry and engineering excellence. It showcased a more refined design with active aerodynamics and a twin-turbocharged V12 engine sourced from Mercedes-AMG.
Pagani Huayra Roadster: The Huayra Roadster is an open-top version of the Huayra, offering an exhilarating driving experience with the roof removed. Huayra Roadster featured a lightweight carbon fiber construction and retained the impressive performance capabilities of its coupe counterpart.
Pagani Huayra BC: The Huayra BC (Benny Caiola) is a more track-focused version of the Huayra, named after a passionate Pagani collector. Huayra BC boasts enhanced aerodynamics, increased power output, reduced weight, and improved handling characteristics.
Pagani Huayra Imola: The Huayra Imola is an extremely limited-edition model, named after the Imola racetrack in Italy. Pagani Huayra Imola represents the pinnacle of performance in the Huayra lineup, featuring an even more aggressive design, increased power, and advanced aerodynamics.
The Pagani Utopia is a mid-engined sports car manufactured by the Italian sports car manufacturer Pagani. Pagani Utopia is developed under the code name ‘C10’ and presented on the 12th of September 2022 at the Teatro Lirico in Milan. The Pagani Utopia is the third car model by Pagani, succeeding the Pagani Huayra, with more power and the option of a manual gearbox. A total of 99 Pagani Utopia enclosed coupé model cars are configured with possible open and transmission variants. All Pagani Utopia coupes have already been assigned to customers.
Type: Car manufacturer
Headquarters: San Cesario sul Panaro, Italy
Number of employees: 150
Revenue: 106.9 million EUR (2020)
Founder: Horacio Pagani
Founded: 1992, San Cesario sul Panaro, Italy
CEO: Horacio Pagani (1992–)
Type of business: Privately held company
Production Models:Pagani Utopia, Pagani Huayra, Pagani Zonda
Other Models: Pagani C10, Pagani Imola