Not every day you can see a supercar like Pagani. The biggest chance for you seeing one is to visit a car meet or the world’s known Goodwood Festival of Speed.
At this year’s Goodwood, people could have seen something that we would describe as a super-rare supercar. And for those who know more than just the car brand’s name it was even greater experience because of the person who sat in the car.
The founder of Pagani, Horacio Pagani, took the opportunity to visit the Goodwood. But he didn’t visit it to “just” watch. Horacio wanted to drive so he did, but not in an ordinary car. He chose to astound the people with a special and super-rare Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta that is worth $17.6 million.
This beast is powered by an AMG V12 that provides 789 HP. One of the greatest things about this car (for those who are bored when driving an automatic car) is the fact that it is a six-speed manual. Horacio had a lot of fun with the car, but have a look for yourselves.
It must have been an unforgettable moment for the visitors to see such a car being driven by such an interesting man. We are sure that Horacio enjoyed the ride and we hope to see more of Barchetta in the world.