Every year Pagani puts on a little gathering they like to call the Vanishing Point. Okay, so maybe this event isn’t little and this year, in fact, is the biggest Pagani gathering, ever.
At their headquarters in San Cesario sul Panaro in Modena, Italy, 19 Paganis came together for a display of Italian supercars that is second to none. Zondas, Huayras and more showed up to their facility, creating euphoric automotive scenery that every automotive fan dreams of.
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After meeting up, the Paganis left Modena and headed to the Dolomites. During this trip they covered incredible passes, like the Falzarego, Pordoi and Sella passes. To finish off the rally, the group spent two relaxing days in Venice.
So, let’s get this straight: Pagani owners met up at the factory where the cars are created, drove through some of the world’s most beautiful passes and then rested for two days in Venice. I assume everyone, including me, is envious of the participants. But, while most of us weren’t able to attend, Pagani has uploaded an incredible teaser video, found below.
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