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A workshop in Pagani’s factory, a low-slung, unremarkable building in a grimy industrial estate between Modena and Bologna, is always bustling with activity. Prior to that, the factory was producing the classic Pagani Zonda, his first supercar. Horacio Pagani, an Argentine, founded the company in 1992 in San Cesario sul Panaro, Italy, close to Modena. Son of a baker in Argentina, he became an exceptionally talented engineer seeking his fortune in Italy.

From humble beginnings in Argentina, he developed an early passion for automobiles. In 1983, he moved to Italy to pursue his dream of building a supercar, joining Lamborghini, where he later constructed the Countach Evoluzione, a concept Lambo with carbon fiber used extensively throughout. Lamborghini’s refusal to purchase an autoclave marked the end of his career at the company. In 1991, he founded his own consulting firm, Modena Design, which is still in operation. It specializes in producing carbon fiber composites for Formula One automobiles and clients such as Daimler, Ferrari, and Aprilia. Soon thereafter, in 1992, Pagani founded Pagani Automobili Modena. It took seven years for the Zonda to be completed.

In its first year of operation, the Modena, Italy-based company began building a vehicle known internally as the “C8 Project.” The general public would refer to Pagani’s first automobile as the “Fangio F1,” which was inspired by the five-time Argentine Formula One champion Juan Manuel Fangio. However, after Fangio’s death in 1995, Pagani renamed the vehicle the Zonda C12. Mercedes-Benz and Pagani entered into an engine partnership in 1994, whereby every Pagani would use a German-made V12, accelerating the company’s production. And in 1999, the public was introduced to the first Pagani supercar in its final form. In 1999, the Zonda C12 made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. It was an instant hit, a unique and special supercar that was unlike any other supercar before it. Although Pagani only has two models to its name (the Zonda and the Huayra), it has modified and improved the basic formula for its models over the years. The majority of Pagani’s variants are unique and one-of-a-kind, as evidenced by the fact that the majority of its models appear on the list below.