Pagani Automobili will participate in the third Motor Valley Fest which will take place in Italy in Emilia-Romagna from July 1 to 4. It will be an opportunity to see with your own eyes all the models that make up the range, including no less than four versions of the Huayra.

The Pagani are among the rarest supercars on the planet. The company may have been founded in 1992, but you hardly ever see a model on the road. With ten years of career, the meeting with the last supercar to have integrated the range, the Huayra, is logically even more exclusive. To believe that the Pagani are reserved for car shows.

Well no. Pagani will take advantage of the third edition of Motor Valley Fest in Italy, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Huayra and intends to exhibit no less than 7 Huayra, in 4 versions: Huayra BC, Roadster BC, Huayra Tricolore and Pagani Imola.

It is also the first time that the manufacturer will present to the public the very rare Tricolore version, manufactured in only three copies in the world. The most powerful Pagani ever.

La Zonda is not forgotten

Obviously, the now legendary Zonda will also be part of the event. Pagani also intends to bring the Zonda C12 bearing the chassis number 001. That is to say, the one that was used for homologation and crash tests. Before being meticulously restored. A Zonda HP Barchetta and a Zonda R will also be part of the party.

Horacio Pagani will also make the trip, to comment on a video screened in Piazza Grande, where he will explain how his creations came to life.

Note that the Motor Valley Fest was held virtually last year, due to the Covid crisis. This year, the event will take place but it will also be broadcast on the internet.