20 years ago, Horacio Pagani unveiled his first Hypercar, the Zonda, and today Pagani Automobili, while still a family-run business, has found its niche in a market dominated by major car manufacturers across the globe.
Discover the man’s journey from his early life as the son of a baker in his native Argentina to becoming a pioneer in composite materials to fulfilling his dream of designing cars in Italy.
The culmination of years of hard work, determination, and sacrifice is on display in New York, in Grand Central Station. There will be over $25 million worth of Pagani cars on display for New Yorkers in celebration of the elite hypercar brand’s 20th anniversary.
5 Pagani Zonda models (incl. the first ever Zonda 001, meticulously reconstructed as part of Pagani’s Rinascimento Program; the Zonda F, Zonda R, Zonda Cinque and Zonda HP Barchetta).
The Zonda is considered one of the most incredible cars to hit the street and the track, setting pulses racing and track records around the world. It was designed by Horacio Pagani following DaVinci’s principle that Art and Science go hand-in-hand.
Learn more about Pagani Automobili, based in Italy’s Motor Valley, through a unique collection of five Zonda Hypercars, and the latest model, the Huayra Roadster BC, which was recently unveiled during Monterey Car Week.
The showcase, presented by Pirelli, will take place at New York City’s iconic Grand Central Terminal located at 89 E. 42nd. Street
Pagani and Pirelli have one of the strongest partnerships in the automotive industry. Begun 10 years ago, the relationship between the two brands has experienced a number of important milestones: from the first record beaten at the Nurburgring Nordschleife in 2010 with a Pagani Zonda R on Pirelli P Zero slick tires, to the development of the Formula One modeling process of the P Zero Trofeo R tires for the new Huayra Roadster BC, and many more in between.
Technological innovation is an essential element of the Pirelli strategy across its product lines including: Summer, All Season, and Winter tires.
The cars will be available to the public from 10AM–7PM each day within Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal.
Photos by: Pagani