Official WebsiteEst. 1992
Pagani is an Italian manufacturer of supercars / hypercars and carbon fiber components. In its near three-decade history, Pagani has only marketed two models, Zonda, debuted at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show and Huayra, debuted at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.
So far, all models and their variants of Pagani's sports cars are powered by Mercedes-AMG DOHC V12s. Early Zonda variants sported manual transmissions (5 or 6 speed), which was superseded by sequential manual transmissions (6 or 7 speed).
Arguably the most exclusive manufacturer in the automotive industry, only 140 Zonda had been built during its two-decade production run.
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Pagani Huayra Roadster Convertible (2017-2019)
Pagani Huayra Roadster is a luxury convertible supercar in production from 2017. It is powered by two tunes of a Mercedes-source bi-turbo V12 engine (M158) that displaced 6.0 liters. Compared to the Huayra coupe, the Roadster is preferred by some as a...
Pagani Zonda Roadster Convertible (2002-2009)
Pagani Zonda Roadster is a high-performance mid-size luxury convertible supercar in production from 2002 to 2009. It was powered by several tunes of an AMG-sourced M297 naturally-aspirated V12 engine that displaced 7.3 liters. Compared to the Zonda cou...
Pagani Zonda Sports Car (1999-2013)
Pagani Zonda is a luxury mid-size supercar in production from 1999 to 2013. It was available with a range of V12 engines sourced from Mercedes that displaced 6.0 to 7.3 liters. Arguably the most sensuous road car throughout its production run, the Zon...
Pagani Huayra Sports Car (2011)
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Pagani Huayra is a large supercar in production from 2011. It is powered by several tunes of the 6.0L Mercedes M158 bi-turbo V12, which is based on the M275. One of the most exciting thing about the Pagani Huayra is the V12 engine, which offers a level...