Google's Street View mapping has now given supercar enthusiasts another reason to slack off at work, by documenting the tiny little Pagani workshop in Modena.
Vijay Pattni04 April 2014
Take a walk around Pagani's workshop
Poke around Italian engines and sit in a Huayra with the miracle of Google Street View
And we do mean tiny; consider that Pagani has only really got two actual models in its history and line-up, and it makes sense. But still, we can't imagine the photography took too much time.
Whatever, it's still a lovely way to waste a few minutes. In the same vein as Google mapped the Lamborghini museum in Sant'Agata, users can tour the workshop floor and virtually ‘sit' inside the cars (a POV view allowing you to scroll around the simply extraordinary attention to interior detail lavished by Horacio and his engineers).
It won't take long but it's well worth a look. As is Google's mapping of the Lamborghini museum. And the time Top Gear first drove the ballistic Huayra, the time we did 220mph in a Huayra prototype, Top Gear's big Pagani road trip through Italy, or indeed Clarkson's drive in the extreme Zonda R. We've also got a History of Zonda, if all that isn't enough time-wasting...
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