Pagani Automobili S.p.A. is an Italian maker of supercars and carbon fiber. The organization was established in 1992 by the Argentinian Horacio Pagani and is situated in San Cesario sul Panaro, close Modena, Italy. In 1991 Pagani set up Modena Design to take care of the expanding demand for his outline, building, and prototyping administrations. In 1992, he started development of a Fangio F1 model, and by 1993, the auto was being tried at the Dallara twist burrow with positive outcomes. In 1994, Mercedes-Benz consented to supply Pagani with V12 motors. The cost of these autos are at an aggregate of 2.3 million dollars. The last auto was named the Zonda C12, the first of the Zonda line (the Fangio F1 name was dropped keeping in mind Fangio, who kicked the bucket in 1995). It was first exhibited at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show. It's first model, the Zonda, is impelled by mid-mounted V-12 DOHC motors made by Mercedes-Benz's AMG division. The auto's outline was propelled by fly contenders and the celebrated Sauber-Mercedes Silver Arrow Group C autos, and highlights a few novel plan components, including its roundabout four pipe fumes.