The “25 years – 25 Hypercars” event brings together all three existing Pagani product lines: Zonda, Huayra and the latest Utopia.
25 years have passed since businessman Horacio Pagani founded his own car brand and launched his first masterpiece, the Zonda. To celebrate this special milestone, the Italian manufacturer organized an exhibition with the participation of 25 Pagani cars in downtown Modena.
Taking place for 3 days starting from June 18, the “25 years – 25 Hypercars” exhibition brings together many different versions of the new Zonda, Huayra and Utopia cars. Besides the opportunity to admire these rare hypercars with their own eyes, the public will also enjoy concerts performed by famous artist Mario Biondi along with many other guest artists.
All of the models on display at this exhibition have a special role in the history of the Pagani brand. These include Zonda “La Nonna”, Zonda S, Zonda S Roadster, Zonda F, Zonda F Roadster, Zonda Cinque, Zonda Cinque Roadster, Zonda R, Zonda Tricolore, Zonda Revolucion, Zonda 760, Zonda HP Barchetta, Zonda Revo Barchetta, Huayra BC, Huayra Roadster, Roadster BC, Huayra Imola, Huayra Tricolore, Huayra R and special Huayra Condalunga Longtail.
For the latest Pagani car line introduced last year, Utopia, the overall design idea remains the same from the familiar Zonda, maintaining the brand’s characteristics. Powering this hypercar is a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine, built specifically for Pagani by Mercedes-AMG, producing 852 horsepower and 1,100 Nm of torque, transmitting to the rear wheels via a 7-speed manual transmission.
Unlike the rest of the car industry that is shifting to electric power, Pagani is one of the few brands that has not yet accepted the electrification of its products. Mr. Christopher Pagani, head of marketing and son of Huracio, said that electric supercars do not fit with Pagani’s philosophy because they have to carry too heavy a battery pack.
Besides, Pagani even qualifies for an exemption from the European Union’s ban on CO2 emissions from new vehicles in 2035, because its sales are below 1,000 vehicles/year. Since its inception, Pagani has not sold more than 500 cars. For that reason, it is likely that in future major anniversary events, fans will still be able to see hypercars with V12 engines and in limited quantities like today.