Pagani Hypercars: More Book

Apr 12, 2019

Category: Entertainment

Horacio Pagani is the founder of the renowned Pagani Automobili specialty company and a talented engineer who first showcased his skills when he was hired by Renault, leading him to build his first F3 racer at the age of 20. The Pagani Hypercars: More Book is the very first volume of Pagani’s impressive body of work.

After working for Renault and Lamborghini, Pagani formed his own company in 1991 called Modena Design and went on to start Pagani Automobili Modena in 1992. This 206-page book, written by Horacio Pagani, contains the most notable projects of Pagani with seven iconic hypercars included from the Zonda and Huayra lines. It celebrates the incredible mind of an undeniable visionary in the automobile world, offering a peek into the man’s creative process. If you’re a car aficionado, then you know this book needs to find its way into your collection, as it’s the first official book to cover Pagani’s incredible, super-limited hypercars. The book is available right this second for $62.

Purchase: $62

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