A unique look inside a truly special supercar company, which has set a new standard in both the design and production of exotic vehicles.
It's not often you get the chance to see behind the scenes at one of the world's most exclusive exotic supercar maker, so make the most of this opportunity.
Drive has put together a fantastic video short made up of a walk-around the entire facility, onboard footage with Pagani's test driver and interviews with the main man Horacio Pagani, in which he explains the origins of his car design passions, how the company came about, and its ongoing philosophy towards producing bespoke supercars. It's fascinating to see how almost everything is made in house, from the laser-etched bolts to the titanium-weaved carbon-fiber molds, and there's also plenty of interesting tit-bits, such as the fact eleven of these $2m cars will have to be destroyed in order to satisfy strict US safety regulations.
Pagani intend to move to a new facility so they can double their current rate of production of twenty units a year to forty. Even then it'll be another few years until the entire allotment of 250 Huayra models are built. JF Musial presents the show, and it's worth watching every minute.