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2015 Pagani Vanishing Point Review

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We have already brought to you a fairly thorough report on the 2015 Pagani Vanishing Point, the annual gathering and driving tour for Pagani owners and friends. The event recently came to an end with a celebration at the 2015 Parco Valentino event in Turin, so it is probably a good time to take a look back and review the main highlights.

And for that we once again hand over to Marchettino who had been tagging along the 2015 Pagani Vanishing Point in an Alfa Romeo 4C. He is your man on the ground, delivering a first-hand account of the world’s awesomest car meet:

This year’s Pagani Vanishing Point was a bit more special due to the presence of a couple of very unique Zonda 760 LM models, one coupe and one roadster, in addition to the multitude of Zondas and Huayras in all sorts of colors. We can only imagine next year’s event is gong go be off the hook because in the next 12 months not only is Pagani going to make more one-off Zondas, we know for a fact they have a new version of the Huayra – called ‘R’ or ‘SE’ – in the works.

Video by Marchettino

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