Pagani has finally opened its new assembly plant after announcing plans for construction back in 2008.
The new facility is close to Pagani’s original factory in San Cesario sul Panaro, Italy. The plant spans 62,000 square feet and its design takes inspiration from a greenhouse of a French chateau owned by one of Pagani’s customers. A store and a large showroom are also a part of the new building.
A time lapse video detailing the process has been released by the Italian automakers, showing the entire process from the first day to completion.
Pagani says that it could build up to 300 cars a year if it wanted to, but production is capped at just 45 units annually to retain exclusivity. The first new model to begin rolling out of the new facility will likely be the new Huayra Roadster.
Watch for that car to debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.