Although still a relatively new name in the performance automobile industry, Pagani has quickly risen to prominence as the producer of some of the finest boutique sports cars in the world. Founded in 1992 by Argentine national Horacio Pagani after his departure from Lamborghini, the Modena, Italy-based car manufacturer is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of automotive design, utilizing handcrafted carbon-titanium components and specially-tuned AMG engines in order to reach record-breaking speeds. Taking an artisanal approach to auto making, Pagani hand-builds only a few dozen cars each year, ensuring that its output is not only beautifully crafted, but also extremely exclusive.
Named after the ancient Andean god of wind, Pagani's latest creation, the Huayra, is just as swift and sleek as its mystic name suggests. Sporting refined lines and striking gull wing doors, the Huayra appears poised to take flight — an illusion made all the more plausible by its rocket-like 700-hp 12-cylinder engine.
Pagani Zonda F When first introduced in 2005, the Pagani Zonda F turned heads across Europe with its unique carbon fiber design and thundering Mercedes-Benz AMG V12 engine. Today, the Zonda F retains its title as one of the fastest cars in the world — and remains just as sought after by serious car collectors.