Horacio Pagani deserves credit. In an Italian world dominated by Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini, Pagani’s small operation debuted a supercar in 1999 so flamboyant that it took the automotive scene by storm.
Understandably Pagani milked their V12 bovine for all it was worth, releasing over twenty different versions of the Zonda in the ensuing decade. Just to add some perspective, that’s 13 more (and in less time) than Lamborghini managed with the Countach.
Now Pagani are revving up for their latest creation, the Huayra. Official pictures were released in January last year, with the car later making its world debut in Geneva. There’s still just short of a year to go before the official launch but, as this documentary explains, Pagani’s latest supercar is ‘a new breed from a new inspiration’, so hitting the bullseye is a must. The Huayra has some pretty big Pirellis to fill, after all >>>