[Video] Pagani’s new factory in timelapse is great for early week start image

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.