Pagani Celebrates Huayra's 10th Birthday In Style

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With a very special event.

It's not every day you get to see a Pagani supercar up close, much less seven of them all in one place. Pagani Automobili will participate in the third annual Motor Valley Fest in Emilia-Romagna, Italy, from July 1 to July 4. Last year's event was strictly virtual due to the pandemic, but this year, it will take a hybrid format, both in-person and virtual. Among the cars on display will be four versions of the Pagani Huayra, which celebrates its tenth anniversary this year.

These include the Huayra BC, Roadster BC, the Huayra Tricolore, and the Pagani Imola, the company's most powerful streetcar. Pagani only built three Tricolore examples, and this marks the first time it's being shown to the public.


The Huayra is the star of the event, but it will be joined by several Zonda examples. Pagani will bring the Zonda C12 bearing chassis number 001, originally used for homologation and crash tests. This car has undergone a painstaking restoration and is now show-ready. The Zonda HP Barchetta and Zonda R will be displayed inside Military Academy at the Novi Sad Park.

Cars aren't the only attraction at this event, as Horacio Pagani himself will present a video talking about how his creations came to be a reality. The video will be projected in the Piazza Grande with the cars on display in enclosed cases. Attendees will have a chance to see technical drawings and a 1:5 scale style model of the hardcore Huayra R for the first time.


During the event, visitors can book an appointment at the Horacio Pagani Museum and the production Atelier in San Cesario Sul Panaro. The Huayra R style model shown at the Milano Monza Motor Show will be on display here for fans to see. Don't fret if you can not attend this star-studded event in person. The Horacio Pagani Museum will share videos on its official Instagram and Facebook pages for everyone to see.

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