Pagani Supercar Show Organized at NYC Central Terminal

Pagani Supercar Show Organized at NYC Central Terminal

November 8, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The composition of the unusual exposition included six off-road supercars. There is no shortage of spectators: about 750 thousand people watch the hypercars of this Italian automaker every day.

In the supercar market, the Pagani brand is considered a young player, but certainly ambitious. She constantly competes with Ferrari or Lamborghini, who have dominated this niche for decades. However, Pagani still built a no less solid reputation. A clear confirmation of this is the opening of the Pagani supercar exhibition at the Central Terminal of New York, through which 750,000 people go through daily. Today the exhibition is drawing to a close, however, for several days, visitors and residents of New York had a unique opportunity to see the best models of the brand in one place.

  Five of them belong to the Zonda category at once – these are Zonda R, Zonda F, Zonda Cinque, Zonda HP Barchetta, as well as the first production car Zonda, which debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in 1999. The sixth supercar is the Huayra Roadster BC, shown at the beginning of 2019.

Photos from the event are published by the foreign portal In addition to cars, at the exhibition one could get acquainted with the history of the brand. A special place here is occupied by the biography of the founder of the company Horatio Pagani. Visitors to the exhibition were told about his move from Argentina to Italy, an internship at Lamborghini, etc. All this to some extent influenced the choice of location for the exhibition. According to Horatio Pagani, Grand Central Terminal is a symbolic place where many immigrants have come in search of their “American dream”. Once Pagani himself went through this.

 “I hope that New Yorkers and people passing through the terminal will like to see my work and learn how commitment to hard work, sacrifice and passion will help anyone realize their dream,” said Horatio Pagani.