20th Anniversary of Pagani Zonda to be celebrated at New York’s Grand Central Terminal
It’s been 20 years since Horacio Pagani revealed his first hypercar to the world, the Zonda. Although the Pagani Zonda was never sold to the USA, it became the benchmark for all hypercars that followed.
«As part of Pagani’s worldwide Zonda 20th Anniversary celebrations, the Zonda Collection was always coming to America. When faced with the task of finding a suitable location for such a prestigious display, we performed an extensive search of the country’s most iconic venues to find one that represented the same spirit of engineering, ingenuity and passion that went into the first 20 years of the Zonda. What we found was Grand Central Terminal, a globally recognized hub of transportation, iconic history, timeless design and passion in one of the world’s greatest cities, New York» said Michael Staskin, Ceo, Pagani Automobili America.
With more than 750,000 people passing through Grand Central Terminal every day, its Vanderbilt Hall is the ideal location for the Pagani Zonda 20th Anniversary Collection to be displayed.
From November 5th to– 8th from 10am – 7pm, the collection "Pagani. The Story of a Dream" will be open to the public.
Visitors and guests will be able to view the collection of five iconic Zondas, which include the following: C12 chassis 001 - the very first Pagani production car presented at Geneva Motor Show in 1999, Zonda F (2005), Zonda R (2009), Zonda Cinque, HP Barchetta and the recent one Roadster BC.
With individual cars valued as high as $18 million, the Zonda Collection offers North American enthusiasts a rare opportunity to see these unique vehicles in the flesh before they move on to the next leg of their international tour.