Each year the Pagani family holds a little reunion. Not the normal affair of distant cousins awkwardly conversing about the weather, but rather a gathering of Horacio Pagani’s greatest hits, from the first Zonda to the latest Huayra, and every other special edition that punctuated the two.
Friends, family and Pagani owners recently met up at the firm’s Modenese factory for the tenth anniversary of the Vanishing Point tour. They then proceeded to spend the next three days making a lot of noise, blowing the cobwebs from the twelve cylinders of their incredibly expensive, incredibly rare and incredibly exotic supercars.
This year’s lineup was off the charts. There were a total eight Zondas – including a Zonda Cinque (one of five), Zonda Tricolore (one of three) and the obscenely rare Le Mans inspired Zonda LM (one of one) – as well as two Huyaras.
We were lucky enough to join the Vanishing Point Tour last year (tough gig, we know) and unlike the carnage of 300 Lamborghini’s stampeding around Italy (an equally tough day in the office), 2013’s Pagani parade was a wonderfully relaxed expedition. Where, as you can read here, we even joined the founding father of Pagani in a bit of Beatles karaoke.
We cannot confirm if the same happened this year. But the pictures look pretty mega, so check them out above.