Why Pagani’s $25M ‘hypercars’ are parked in Grand Central

Nov 07, 2019 161

BY: Kirsten Fleming

These automobiles are wheely expensive. Grand Central’s Vanderbilt Hall has been transformed into a showroom for Italian automaker Pagani to display five of its luxury “hypercars” — collectively valued at over $25 million. Featured rides include the Zonda HP Barchetta, which costs an eye-popping $15 million and has more curves than Kim Kardashian after three months of waist training.

The public exhibit — presented by Pirelli and titled “The Story of a Dream” — commemorates the 20th anniversary of the first Zonda and runs from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. “Sometimes we call it a car or a piece of art,” Christopher Pagani, the founder’s son, tells The Post. “We wanted to do this exhibit in New York because this is the city of dreams. 

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SOURCE: https://nypost.com

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