The exotic supercar manufacturer is well known for its… exotic creations. Which is why we’re finding it interesting to visit its latest facility – serving both as plant and showroom in San Cesario Sul Panaro, Modena.
The location has been in use for some months now and has a total of 5, 800 square meters – it was even designed by the company’s very own design studio and the entire project was led by Horacio’s sons Leonardo and Christopher Pagani. The building itself is inspired by a greenhouse Horacio noticed during a trip to France in the vicinity of Chateau de la Grenerie, which is a castle owned by a Pagani buyer. The original iron structure was the work of famous French engineer and architect Alexandre Gustave Eiffel – and they implemented a similar theme.
Horacio Pagani is a former chief engineer at Lamborghini, and thus he is the owner of an impressive car collection. He has among others a 918 Spyder, a Carrera GT, a white Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary but also classics such as the Mercedes-Benz Pagoda, Jaguar E-Type, along with a Ford GT Gulf Limited Edition, as well as vintage American cars. The video also showcases the Huayra BC for a brief moment – and Pagani might be gearing up for a showcase with the Nurburgring lap record – currently owned by a 918 Spyder with a 6:57 time.