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Pagani’s Celebrating A Record Delivery Year With Two Cars Headed For Geneva Motor Show

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While the highly popular supercar manufacturer doesn’t typically disclose exactly how many of its seven-figure exotics it sold during a year-to-year period, the company has revealed that 2017 was a record year for the company in vehicle deliveries. The company stated the delivers were up 29 percent over 2016, in fact.

And Pagani expects this year to be even busier: “We anticipate 2018 to be the busiest and the most rewarding year, with the delivery of 40 new vehicles to their respective owners,” said Horacio Pagani. “We do not have plans to expand our new-car production capacity beyond 40 units, but strive to offer more services to the loyal members of our Pagani family of customers and giving them all our attention.”

In order to celebrate its success, the Italian luxury supercar maker is bringing two cars to the Geneva Motor Show next month: a US-spec Huayra Roadster, and the one-of-a-kind Zonda HP Barchetta first shown at Pebble Beach last summer.

While Pagani doesn’t expect to expand its production rate beyond 40 units per year, they are looking to further enhance the range possibilities open to the company’s affluent clientele. Grab a detailed look at the two cars headed for the Geneva Motor Show right below. Expect live shots from the show later in the month as well, as the Black Diamond Mafia team will be attending what is slowly becoming the biggest motoring show in the world right now.

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