Every Pagani Model Ever Built

I see the question constantly, “How many Pagani models were made?” There’s no simple answer. Pagani has created 60 different models, and the list continues to grow.

Pagani produces about 40 hand built cars each year, and nearly 500 total cars made since the company was founded. Once you begin to explore Pagani hypercars, you’ll need to understand the model types and their variations.

First there was Zonda, then Huayra, and the most recent Utopia. Over the years, dozens of special limited edition and one-off cars have been built for a variety of reasons.

Every Pagani Model Ever Produced

It’s time to deep dive into every single Pagani model ever produced, where you’ll uncover more clues about what drives the most incredible car brand in the world.

Pagani Zonda

When Horacio Pagani grew up in Argentina, locals had a name for the warm, strong wind that would blow down the side of the Andes Mountains. They called it the Zonda wind.

Decades later, while Horacio perfected the use of carbon fiber and sold parts to other automakers, he knew it was time to use his skills on a car model of his own. The Pagani Zonda began to take shape, Horacio’s very first creation under his own company.

The name ‘Zonda’ would pay tribute to Horacio’s homeland and begin the Pagani journey of composing beautiful sports cars where art and science, design and engineering, come together as one.

Zonda C12 – 1999

What Horacio started as Modena Design in 1992 quickly transformed into Pagani Automobili just a few years later.

The Zonda C12 was born from years of studying the great automakers of Italy’s Motor Valley, and taking car making to the next level.

Horacio pulled inspiration from what he loved. The 1960s Jaguar E Type, the 1970s Porsche 917, and the 1980s Sauber Mercedes C group, and added a fighter-jet twist on top.

When it debuted at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show, onlookers quickly realized a Pagani was much more than just another high-priced car.

Zonda C12-S – 2000

The more-powerful Zonda C12-S featured a 7-liter, hand-built engine with a 6 speed gearbox and 550 horsepower.

Zonda S 7.3 – 2002

The exclusive Mercedes M120 V12 AMG engine with 7.3 liter capacity made the Zonda S the most powerful Pagani yet.

The 7.3 liter Zonda S also added ABS traction control, improved aerodynamics, and a split rear spoiler.

555 horsepower weighing 1,250 pounds with a molybdenum-chrome chassis, production included 15 cars.

Zonda S Roadster – 2003

The 7.3 Liter Zonda S Roadster edition included 555 horsepower and a topless design.

The super-light, and very fast Roadster hits optimal rigidity and superb bending and torsional strength because of it’s molybdenum-chrome frame.

Only 40 Zonda S Roadster units were produced.

Zonda F – 2005

Finally, Horacio was able to pay tribute to his friend and racing legend, Juan Manuel Fangio, who passed away just a few years prior to the original Zonda C12 release.

Horsepower was increased significantly to 650 HP, the most powerful Pagani yet. Along with ultra-lightweight titanium and aluminum parts, the Zonda F recorded a lateral G-force of 1.4.

The Zonda F was also the first time Pagani featured an all carbon fiber natural surface on the exterior bodywork.

Production of the Zonda F was only 25 cars.

Zonda F Roadster – 2006

Just like hard-top version of the Zonda F, the topless Roadster production was limited to only 25 units.

Unveiled at the Geneva Motorshow in 2006, the F Roadster produced 650 horsepower with visible carbon fiber on the exterior body.

With the same weight as the F coupe, the Roadster recorded a 7:29 lap time at Nurburgring.

Zonda Cinque – 2009

Not only was the Zonda Cinque the most powerful Pagani ever built to date, but it was also the very first time the company used it’s patented carbon fiber blended “carbo-titanium” material.

The Zonda Cinque was born from a very specific request from the licensed Pagani dealer in Hong Kong. The request was for, “the most extreme road-legal Zonda ever created.”

Another first for Pagani, the Cinque featured a 6-gear sequential transmission with improved gear shifting at high speeds.

Zonda Zonda Cinque Roadster – 2009

Just like the coupe version of the Zonda Cinque, the Roadster production was limited to only 5 cars. Fitting for the name, “Cinque” means “Five” in Italian.

With 0 – 62 mph time of 3.4 seconds and top speed of 217 mph, the Cinque Roadster also includes ceramic breaks, titanium exhaust, and an adjustable rear spoiler.

Zonda R – 2009

“Designed for the racetrack, and from the racetrack, without limits.” This is how Pagani explains the Zonda R. The “R” stands for “racing,” and this car is high performance with 750 horsepower.

Zero to 62 mph in 2.7 seconds, and weighing only 2,358 pounds. The magnesium transversal sequential gearbox shifts gears in 20 milliseconds.

Only 15 Zonda R models were produced, valued at nearly $6.5 million each.

Zonda Tricolore – 2010

Paying tribute the airborne demonstration team of the Italian Air Force, otherwise known as the “Frecce Tricolori,” Pagani developed the Zonda Tricolore.

Formed in 1961, the 313th Aerobatic Training Squadron flies the Aermacchi MB-339-A airplane. Pagani commemorates both aviation and Italian legacy that’s clearly inspired their car design throughout the years.

Only 3 Zonda Tricolore cars were produced, and each car was originally sold for $1.75 million. Now, estimated values for the Tricolore has risen to over $4 million.

Zonda Revolucion – 2013

The Zonda Revolucion was designed for the track, and borrowed the great features from the Zonda R and improved on them. With 800 horsepower, it was the most powerful Zonda yet. Are you seeing a pattern here?

Yes, Pagani evolves with every single car. Constant improvement, more performance, less drag, innovating every single day. ‘Revolucion,’ or ‘revolution,’ the word has several meanings that are all quintessential Pagani. Look up ‘revolution’ in the dictionary and you’ll find concepts that define Pagani.

20 ms gear changes, traction control with 12 different settings, front aerodynamic deflectors, rear vertical stabilizers, and a drag reduction system (DRS) on the rear wing with two operating modes. The Zonda Revolucion revolutionized Pagani race track cars.

Only 5 Revolucion cars were built, and at the time, Pagani said the Revolucion model marked the end of all Zonda production. But since then customers have requested one-off commissions, and Pagani has much obliged to build new custom Zonda models.

Zonda Special Edition One-Off Models

If you have the cash, Pagani will built a custom Zonda to your own personal specifications and wishes. (custom only to a certain extent, I would imagine) How much does it cost to commission your own custom Pagani Zonda? The short answer is – if you have to ask, you can’t afford it. So keep saving.

In the meantime, let’s take a look at the customer-requested, one-off Zonda models…

Zonda Monza – 2004

The Monza pushed the original C12 S7.3 Zonda to the limits. More power, less weight, and geared toward track performance. The car was presented at the Paris Motor Show in 2004, then shipped to it’s owner in Malibu, CA.

Commissioned by Steve Goldman, a tech entrepreneur, the Monza marked the beginning of bespoke cars. One-of-one designs by working hand-in-hand with the customer through the entire process.

To any other automaker, it sounds like a nightmare. Hand-built cars to custom specs from the customer, who doesn’t know how difficult it really is to build cars. Who in their right-mind would ever agree to such a concept?!

That’s right, Pagani opened their arms to future car owners and embraced the requests, and challenges, as they were presented – one customer at a time.

It’s a move that didn’t make much sense to any other car manufacture, and eventually became just one more genius stroke by Horacio. Truly setting his brand apart from any other.

Zonda PS – 2009

Commissioned by Peter Saywell (PS) this Zonda featured a white finish with yellow stripes down the side.

Special features include a modified exhaust arranging the four exhaust pipes in a row as opposed to the square configuration – the only Pagani without the square arranged exhaust!

Then, four years later, the car was reconfigured with bright blue finish and black stripes with exhaust pipes back to the square arrangement.

Zonda GJ – 2009

After his Zonda S crashed in 2009, Scottish entrepreneur Gareth Jones commissioned the Zonda GJ.

The “GJ” included a 7.3 liter V12 engine with 550 horsepower.

After selling at a Bonham auction in 2013, the GJ crashed in 2017 and was purchased by a Japanese owner. The new owner converted the car to the 760 series and re-named it, ‘OLIVER Evolution.’

Zonda Uno – 2010

The Zonda Uno was commissioned by a member of the Royal Family of Qatar, Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser Al-Thani. It featured a baby blue exterior finish on exposed carbon fiber. The color was chosen to match other cars in the Sheikh’s collection.

The car was purchased in 2011 for $2.3 million by an unknown car collector in Shanghai, China.

With 700 horsepower and a 7.3 liter V12 engine, the Uno includes carbo-titanium and exterior elements similar to the Cinque and Zonda R.

Zonda HH – 2010

The Monterey Blue Zonda HH was commissioned by David Heinemeier Hansson, the Dutch programmer and inventor of the ‘Ruby on Rails’ coding language.

Hansson, who is also a well-known and accomplished race car driver, participated in the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in 2012.

The “HH” includes carbon-ceramic breaks, titanium exhaust, and a 678 horsepower V12 AMG engine.

Zonda 750 – 2010

Another custom one-off Zonda car based on the Cinque packs 750 horsepower with a magenta exterior and was commissioned by an unknown Middle Eastern collector.

Special features of the 750 include a larger air intake and slightly redesigned rear window.

Zonda Roadster F CS Final Edition – 2011

With a matte black exterior on exposed carbon fiber, the Roadster F CS Final Edition signaled Pagani was nearing the end of regular Zonda production.

UK car dealer SuperVettura Sales commissioned the car, making it the 24th and final example of the Club Sport Roadster.

650 horsepower, grey interior, and a naturally aspirated 7.3 liter V12 AMG engine. Current value estimates are near $2.3 million.

Zonda ZOZO – 2015

The ZoZo features exposed exterior carbon fiber in purple, with grey Alcantara, white and viola leather, and purple stitching.

ZOZO was purchased by a collector from Tokyo, Japan, crashed in 2016, and rebuilt in 2019.

It’s a one-of-one model valued at nearly $4 million.

Zonda MD – 2016

The Zonda MD appeared in 2016 straight from a destroyed Zonda F model. After complete repurposing to the fresh ‘MD’ version, the car was featured in series 7, episode 4 of Top Gear.

The one-of-one Zonda was spotted in Palm Beach, Florida for the 2023 grand opening of the Pagani North American headquarters.

Zonda HP Barchetta – 2017

The HP (Horacio Pagani) Barchetta was designed by the Pagani team to celebrate Horacio’s 60th birthday. Only 3 models were built, and each one is valued at more than $18 million.

‘Barchetta,’ a term used to describe an open-topped car or boat, was designed to pay tribute to the open top racers of the 1960s.

Carbo-titanium and carbo-triax HP52 monocoque on the exterior, a tartan canvas interior finish inspired by Horacio’s mentor, Juan Fangio, and 789 horsepower. The HP Barchetta is one of the greatest Zonda’s of all time.

Zonda Absolute Evo – 2018

Born from a crashed Zonda F, then upgraded to a Cinque roadster and fitted with a 760 horsepower engine. The Absolute was sent to Hong Kong, then added 760 upgrades to create the Absolute Evo in 2018.

Zonda 760RS – 2012

When work started on the Zonda 760RS, it quickly earned the nickname, “La Bestia,” or, “The Beast.”

With a newly designed Mercedes AMG V12 engine cranking out 760 horsepower, Horacio decided to build The Beast. It was the Zonda R, but built for the road.

Pagani designed a faster gear changer with it’s ‘super-synchros’ seven-speed paddle shift box.

Zonda 760LH – 2013

Formula 1 champion racer Lewis Hamilton ordered his Zonda 760 in 2013, and it’s been tracked around the globe for over a decade now.

Then in 2021, Hamilton sold the car to a private collector in the UK.

It was only the second ‘760’ model built completely from scratch, where many future 760 models were either upgrades from a previous model, or repurposed from a crash.

Zonda 764 Passione – 2013

Based on the same design as the 760, but showing a larger rear spoiler and more prominent rear fin.

The grey exposed carbon fiber with a light grey stripe on each side was ordered by a car collector from Asia. The future owner also ordered a wood steering wheel and a pink-purple interior finish.

Zonda 760 Fantasma – 2014

The fourth rendition ‘760’ Zonda was a rebuild of the orange Zonda F that crashed in Hong Kong in 2012. Originally the car was ordered by Peter Saywell who sold it to a businessman from China.

The Fantasma was later rebuilt with the name changed to the Fantasma Evo in 2017.

Zonda 760 Kiryu Roadster – 2015

Bingo Spots, the official Pagani dealer in Japan, ordered the ‘Kiryu,’ while Horacio personally completed the spec for the car. It was finished in carbon fiber with a dark blue tint and was unveiled at Fuji Speedway in 2015.

The road-legal Zonda pulled features from the Revolucion and the Zonda F.

Zonda 760 LM – 2015

The carbon fiber 760 RS was built as a tribute to the infamous 24 Hours of Le Mans race.

With a larger rear spoiler and and slightly redesigned front-end and headlamps, the 760 features “LM” graphics on the back fenders.

Zonda 760 AG Roadster – 2018

Blue carbon fiber exterior with tricolore stripes and black leather interior with carbon highlights.

This was the first roadster of the 760 series, and it had a manual gearbox.

Zonda 760 Oliver Evolution – 2016

A Tokyo car collector commissioned the ‘Oliver’ for his nine year old son. Exposed carbon fiber grey exterior with a custom designed rear spoiler.

Zonda 760 Riviera – 2017

Registered in Saudi Arabia, the 760 Riviera features sparkling white and navy blue carbon fiber.

This 760 model began as a Zonda F with just 602 horsepower, but was upgraded at the Pagani factory years later.

In 2019, the Riviera sold at a Sotheby’s auction for $5.9 million.

Zonda Diamante Verde Roadster – 2017

With exposed carbon fiber and green accents, the ‘Green Diamond’ 760 roadster remains one of the more elusive Zonda’s.

Zonda Fantasma Evo – 2017

What started as the Fantasma model in 2014 was rebuilt into the ‘Evo’ by a Hong Kong collector. Aerodynamic upgrades, red carbon fiber exterior, black wheels, and a 760 horsepower engine with a six-speed manual transmission.

Zonda 760 Aether Roadster – 2018

The term ‘aether’ refers to clean, pure air high above the clouds, so it’s fitting this model was built in open-top roadster form.

Even the door handles were replaced by door straps to reduce weight.

With a six-speed manual transmission and a massive rear wing, it’s one of the most powerful Zonda’s ever built.

In 2019, the Aether sold at the RM Sotheby’s Abu Dhabi auction for $6.05 million.

Zonda 760 Unica Roadster – 2018

Commissioned by Oleg Egorov, the owner of Top Car Design, the Unica roadster includes gold accents over blue carbon fiber exterior panels.

Zonda 760 Oliver Roadster – 2019

The ‘Oliver’ roadster is owned by the same Tokyo car collector who commissioned the coupe version.

The silver carbon fiber car is from a decommissioned Zonda Roadster S model, and has been spotted several times in London.

Zonda Sapphire – 2019

The rebuilt Zonda F was transformed into the Sapphire for a collector from Hong Kong.

Zonda 760 Zun Roadster – 2019

Purple exterior carbon fiber with matte grey highlights. What began as the Zonda F roadster was rebuilt by Pagani to include the latest ‘760’ package features.

Zonda 760 King – 2019

Hong Kong music performer Aaron Kwok commissioned the ‘King,’ as in ‘King of Pop.’ The car was rebuilt from an earlier Zonda F model.

Zonda 760 Venti Roadster – 2019

The dark green exterior carbon fiber on the Venti roadster really catches the eye. Interior is finished with brown leather and carbon fiber.

The owner of the ‘Venti’ also owns at least three other Zonda models, the S7.0, the F roadster, and the 760 Fantasma Evo.

Zonda Danubio – 2019

The ‘Danubio’ began as a Zonda F, then rebuilt with the 760 features. Owned by a collector from China who also owns the 760 Viola.

Zonda 760 AY – 2021

Commissioned by Mike Yin, the ‘AY’ began as a Zonda F roadster and was transformed into a 760 with purple carbon fiber and black wheels.

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The Pagani Zonda ‘AY’ outside of the factory headquarters.
Image credit – Pagani

Pagani Huayra

Now for Act II, the second featured Pagani creation and much anticipated follow-up to the hugely-successful Zonda models. Could Pagani introduce an even more beautiful, powerful, and majestic car?

With the Huayra, Pagani did not disappoint. They simply raised their game to the next level.

The name left some car fans scratching their heads. Why give a beautifully designed car a name that most wouldn’t be able to pronounce. Many years later, like most other Pagani decisions, the name turned out to be absolutely perfection.

Huayra,’ or ‘Wayra Tata,’ the wind god from indigenous South American culture.

Huayra – 2011

What began as project C9 was finally unveiled as the ‘Huayra.’ Pagani made 100 Huayra cars from 2011 to 2018, witch had a top speed of 238 mph and zero to sixty acceleration time of 2.8 seconds.

The amazing Huayra design turned heads and shocked onlookers in disbelief. Was this a really hypercar, or just some sort of model? No, folks, this was a real hypercar designed to blow the minds of any who dared to unleash it’s power.

With more horsepower, more torque, and a 7-speed transmission, Pagani took the Huayra to new heights compared to most Zonda models.

Huayra BC – 2017

Now from the road to the track. Inspired by the Zonda R and Zonda Cinque, the Huayra BC was focused on the track where it could unleash it’s 750 horsepower, and newly designed 7-speed Automated Manual Transmission.

The Huayra BC was a tribute to Benny Caiola, the very first customer of Pagani. Someone who loved the design, engineering, technology, and passion of Horacio Pagani, and noticed it before the rest of the world.

Huayra Roadster – 2017

At the time, Horacio described the Huayra Roadster as, “the most complicated project we have ever undertaken.”

It turned out to be worth every second of the six years it took to complete their mission. Lateral acceleration of 1.6 G’s, with a removable carbon fiber hard top. Active aero flaps for downforce control, and specially designed ‘HiForg’ aluminum allow suspension that lightens the car by 25%.

100 units produced, original sale price around $2.3 million.

Huayra Roadster BC – 2019

60 pounds lighter than the roadster, the ‘BC’ edition packs 791 horsepower and a top speed of 238 mph. Of course bodywork panels are in carbon fiber, and Pirelli P Zero Trofeo tiers.

Rear-wheel drive, carbon ceramic Brembo CCM disc breaks, and twin turbocharger with Bosch electronic duct injection.

Only 40 models were produced at nearly $4 million each. With pure hand-craftmanship throughout the interior, there’s no wonder the buyers are lining up for a chance to own a Roadster BC.

Huayra R – 2021

It’s amazing we’ve come all this way to discuss every single Pagani model ever built, and we haven’t reached possibly the most ludicrous of all Pagani models, the Huayra R.

Built for the track, but without limitations, constraints, or regulations. With it’s only rule to hold safety in the highest regard, as Pagani will do on every single car. The Huayra R takes everything the Zonda R had and cranks it up to eleven on the dial.

850 horsepower. Red lines at 9,000 RPM. And it’s one of the lightest, most powerful V12 AMG engines every designed.

Supreme aerodynamics generate maximum downforce during corners to increase tire grip to the tune of 2,204 pounds of downforce at 198 miles per hour. Only 30 models were built. Amazing!

For the 30 lucky owners of the Huayra R, there’s special “Arte in Pista” meetups where owners drive their cars on famous tracks around the world with the full support of the Pagani staff. The Pagani Experience is second to none.

Huayra Special Edition and One-Off Models

All the while Pagani was building each Huayra model from 2011 to 2018, customers constantly approached Horacio for their chance to order a one-of-one or limited edition car.

Of course, Pagani obliged their customers, and in the process created some of the most unbelievable, stunning, and truly unique custom Huayra special edition cars the world has ever seen.

Huayra Carbon Edition KAQ – 2012

With 700 horsepower and exposed carbon fiber, the special edition Pagani was built for a Saudi collector and is still in the original buyers possession.

The one-of-one custom built car features dark red leather interior.

Huayra White Edition – 2012

After the Carbon, Red, and Silver Huayra’s were released, Pagani followed up with the White Edition that debuted at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

Top speed of 220 mph, 700 horsepower, 730 lb/ft of torque and 0-60 in 3.3 seconds.

The Huayra White Edition also includes gull-wing doors with Pagani’s patented blend of carbon titanium body panels.

Huayra La Monza Lisa – 2014

Miami Beach car collector Kris Singh ordered the ‘La Monza Lisa’ delivered in 2014. Showing the Italian flag racing stripe down the sides and across the hood, the color design tributes the Zonda Revolucion.

Carbon fiber on the exterior panels, and red leather on the interior.

‘La Monza Lisa’ was involved in a crash near Miami in 2016. Damage was reported by the owner to be mostly cosmetic, and I’m sure ‘LML’ was completely repaired.

Huayra 730S Da Vinci – 2015

This famous one-off Pagani began as a Huayra 730S, commissioned by Youtuber, Alejandro Salomon. (Salomondrin) Later, it was sold to well-known car collector and Ferrari lover, David Lee. But he didn’t let his $50 million collection of rare Ferrari’s stop him from creating a custom Pagani.

Lee upgraded the 730S with a Pacchetto Tempesta package, and re-named the car the, ‘Da Vinci.’

Next time your in Los Angeles, keep your eyes peeled for David Lee’s gold multi-spoke ‘Da Vinci’ wheels rolling around Beverly Hills.

Huayra BC Kingtasma – 2015

The red-tinted Huayra BC includes the famous Italian tricolore stripe down the hood, with amazing red interior.

Of course, you can’t gloss your car ‘Kingtasma’ without the rear spoiler decked out in 24 carat golden crowns.

The car has been registered in Connecticut with the vanity license plate, “THE KING,” but also spotted in Zurich, Miami, and London.

Huayra BC Macchina Volante – 2017

In tribute to Leonardo da Vinci, the ‘Macchina Volante’ was named after a flying machine that da Vinci designed just before he died.

Commissioned by Kris Singh in 2017, the car sold in 2019

Interior finish includes blue carbon fiber accents with plaid trims.

Look closer at the plaid trim, because it’s from the last remaining roll of original plaid fabric woven in 1951 for the W196 Mercedes that Juan Manuel Fangio drove for two championships.

Only 20 models of the Huayra BC were produced, and the Macchina Volante coupe was a one-off car, #12 of the 20 models Huayra BC models.

Huayra Pearl – 2016

The ‘Pearl’ was delivered to it’s owner in 2016, then quickly crashed in Paris. Years later in 2021, the car crashed again in Saudi Arabia when video appeared showing the car rear-ending a Porsche Cayman GT4 during heavy traffic.

The car is a one-of-one model, originally owned by CEO and founder of Refined Marques, Ahmed El Bakry.

Huayra Dinastia – 2016

Marking the 2015 grand opening of the showroom in Shanghai, Pagani delivered three unique Huayra models dedicated to the Chinese Dragon.

The three special edition Huayra’s feature a dragon on the rear fin, but have differing exterior colors. One in gold, one car in purple, and the third car in blue.

Each model pays respects to the dragon of Chinese mythology. The blue version is called the ‘Baxia’ for the water dragon, the purple version is called the ‘Yazi’ for the warrior dragon, and the ‘Chiwen’ model is named after the dragon of fire and rain.

By 2016, two of the three models were delivered to their owners in China, but the third wasn’t delivered until 2018. The last Huayra Dinastia delivered, the gold ‘Chiwen,’ varies slightly from the other two models with a roof scoop and larger rear wing.

All three Huayra Dinastia Pagani’s are matching mechanical and performance specs.

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The Huayra Dinastia ‘Chiwen’ Dragon Fin. Image Credit@effspot

Huayra Hermes Edition – 2016

California Real Estate businessman Manny Khoshbin commissioned the one-of-one Huayra Hermes. Some estimated values for the Hermes Pagani are as high as $7 million.

Through his YouTube Channel, Khoshbin chronicals his hypercar collection of Koenigsegg, Bugatti, McLaren, and Pagani cars.

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The $7 million Hermes Pagani

Huayra L’Ultimo – 2018

Translated to “The Last,” L’Ultimo was the 100th Huayra produced, which was commissioned by Miami car dealer Brett David.

With black, teal and silver exterior, the car was designed as a tribute to Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes-AMG F1 racecar. L’Ultimo features 789 horsepower with the twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V-12 engine.

Huayra Imola – 2019

The Grandi Complicazioni special projects team at Pagani built only 5 Pagani Imola’s, including 827 horsepower, and a $5.4 million price tag.

To pay tribute to the Imola race track in Bologna, Italy, the Huayra Imola sports 827 horsepower and a seven-speed automated transmission.

The Pagani-patented lightweight paint saves 11 pounds of weight compared to previous paint material, so the Imola weighs only 2,747 pounds.

Original owners include founder of Topcar Design, Oleg Egorov, who recieved Imola #1.

Huayra Tricolore – 2021

And now Pagani pays tribute to the world’s largest aerobatics patrol squadron, the Frecce Tricolori, on it’s 60th anniversary.

Meaning ‘three-colors’ in Italian, Pagani only produced three models.

The Huayra Tricolore was built with aviation technology in mind. Straight from Pagani, they explain they designed Huayra Tricolore for, “Performance in every detail.”

Huayra NC – 2022

Another one-of-one, bespoke model from Pagani, the ‘NC’ edition carries design traits from the BC roadster and coupe.

Weighing in at 2,734 pounds, the Huayra NC packs 830 horsepower inside the turbocharged AMG V-12 engine, with a seven-speed sequential gearbox.

The exterior is dark blue with a red stripe over the front end. Conventional door configuration makes way for the custom overhead intake, limiting out the gullwing door option.

Interior shows blue Alcantara matching the exterior.

The owner is thought to be from China, with the ‘NC’ most likely their initials.

Huayra Codalunga – 2022

Now for the amazing Codalunga, which I also featured here. Just five cars were produced for five lucky owners, including chassis number two which went to prolific Pagani collector, Oleg Egorov.

The long-tail design of the Codalunga tributes 1960s racers at Le Mans. Of course, the long-tail design is not a new concept, but one that Pagani has re-defined.

In his own words, Horacio describes the Codalunga this way. “Simplifying is not at all straightforward, and this vehicle is, above all, the result of a complex pursuit of simple ideas.”

It’s super sleek, clean, and totally amazing. Beauty is always in the eye of the beholder, but critics of the Codalunga might have a few screws loose. This car is awe-inspiring. A true heart-stopper.

Pagani Utopia

Act III… With plans to produce 99 models, Pagani delivered the first Utopia to customer number one in September of 2023.

Who was the lucky first customer of the Utopia? I’m still trying to figure that out. If you are the new owner, please contact me, I’d love to chat with you!

Dry weight of 2,822 pounds, twin-turbo V12 AMG engine with 852 horsepower.

Starting at $2.2 million each.

One thing to keep in mind – every single Utopia model planned to be built, all 99 of them, have already been sold and reserved by future customers.

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The Pagani Utopia. Image Credit – Pagani

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