The Ferrari 360 Modena was produced since 1999 to replace the Ferrari F355 as “little” rear wheel drive and V8 powered coupe…
This year at its third edition, the Cavalcade is a special event organized directly by Ferrari to give the possibility to its most important members to drive all the brand new Ferraris on the wonderful scenary of the italian roads. This Gran Turismo event is reserved to the most important owners from all over the world, and to take part at the Cavalcade you need to have 5 different Ferraris in your garage.
The Zenvo ST1 is a danish hypercar produced in the little town of Denmark Koge since 2009 by the new manufacture Zenvo Automotive located in Præstø on the Danish island of Zealand.
The Lamborghini Aventador LP700-4 is a two-seater supercar produced by the manufacture of Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy, since 2011 to replace the Murcielago LP640-4.
In the 2007 was presented a limited edition of 60 units named Ferrari 612 Sessanta, made to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the company. It include new 19-inch forged aluminum wheels, black chrome exhaust, F1 trasmission, openable glass-roof a a two-tone paint (Gray+Black or Ruby red+black).
Ferrari LaFerrari is the new Prancing Horse’s Flagship since its presentation at Geneva Motor Show 2013. Also known as Ferrari F70, it’s the natural successor of Ferrari Enzo and like this last will be produced in a Limited Edition of 499 numbered cars.
The Ferrari 458 is the new mid-engined “little” supercar of the Maranello’s Prancing Horse produced since 2009 to replace the Ferrari F430.
Presented at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, originaly Ferrari made only the coupe version, named Ferrari 458 Italia, but one year later will be launched a cabriolet version also, the Ferrari 458 Spider.
The most extreme GT is the Granturismo MC Stradale (MC stands for Maserati Corse), a limited edition unveiled in Paul Ricard circuit in France and powered by 450 hp for over 320 Km/h of max speed. At the 2012 Paris Motor Show Maserati presents the GranCabrio MC also.
The Linea Vivere is a tuned Veyon SuperSport with a full carbon fiber body and a matte white paint, customed exhaust and 1250 hp which will be produced in 3 units.
Horacio Pagani is the founder and the current owner of PAGANI AUTOMOBILI Spa, an Italian specialty auto-maker.
Horacio born in Argentina in 1955 and his father was a baker descended from Italian emigrants. From an early age he enjoyed making cars using balsa wood, the designs of which can now be seen in the Pagani showroom.