Horacio Pagani Shows Off His Porsche Cayman GT4, Carrera GT And 918

Beyond owning and being the founder of one of the world’s most exciting automakers, Horacio Pagani is also an avid car collector. At the recent Porsche Festival at Autodromo Marco Simoncelli, he brought along three of his most impressive cars.

The first is a bright blue Porsche 918 Spyder which Pagani has owned for the past 12 months. The car has been installed with the desirable and expensive Weissach package and hit the track with a family member of Horacio behind the wheel.

Also in Horacio’s impressive stable is a Porsche Carrera GT. While not quite as rare as the 918, the Carrera GT is considered as one of the last great supercars free of overly-intrusive driving aids and fitted with a six-speed manual transmission. Its high-revving 5.7-liter V10 engine is also one of the best sounding production engines ever conceived.

The most recent addition to the Argentinian’s stable is a bright red Porsche Cayman GT4. Inevitably purchased by Horacio for a massive premium, the GT4 is unquestionably one of the most exciting sports cars to be produced in recent memory, thanks in part to the use of the 911 Carrera S engine and slick-shifting six-speed manual.

While Pagani itself doesn’t offer a manual option on the Huayra, it’s clear that Horacio still loves the driving experience that only a stick shift can provide.


  • Six_Tymes

    I would rather own any Pagani. the carrera GT is sweet.

  • Tumbi Mtika

    Nice to know he isn’t picky.

  • SteersUright

    After hearing the 3 cars, the Cayman GT4 sounds like a fart can deluxe. And I say that as a huge fan of the car. It does definitely look the part though, with all the aero. The Carrera GT sounds just incredible. I will always believe if you can afford these types of cars, then you can afford the worse fuel economy that comes with a super high revving exciting engine. The current crop of turbo exotics kill the sense of theatre and occasion that only a very high-revving engine with instant throttle response can provide.

  • Wandering_Spirit

    Cayman excluded, all the others are unusable on a normal road. So it’s like owning a collection of things you can only watch most of the time. And i love them deeply. Huayra in particular.

  • Elmediterraneo


Skoda Vision iV: What’s It Like To Drive The Electric SUV Concept?

The study has 500 km of range, two electric motors and 300 HP, and previews a production model.

Audi A8 Horch Takes A Virtual Swing At The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class

Audi’s officially readying a more upscale variant of its flagship sedan, and here’s how it could look like.

Hyundai Will Use AI To Automatically Alert Authorities To Injuries After Crashes

The Israeli tech company’s tech is so advanced it can alert authorities of potential injuries in just 7 seconds.

Toro Rosso Boss Says Today’s F1 Drivers Can Handle Much Faster Cars With Ease

Nowadays, you’ll never see a driver collapsing after a race as in the past, even in the worst of conditions.

Jay Leno Checks Out Mil-Spec’s Hummers At His LA Garage

The legendary military truck-turned-fashion icon has been thoroughly updated without losing its identity.

Mercedes-Benz 560SEC Widebody: Big, Bad, And Old School To The Core

Some pristine, low-mileage 560SEC AMG 6.0 examples sell for more than $100,000 these days.

Ferrari 488 Pista Spider Sets The Benchmark In Open-Top Supercars

Can anyone find a flaw in the way the new 488 Pista Spider drives? Well, they can sure try…

BMW M2 Competition, M4 And Others Recalled Over Potentially Faulty Airbags

Certain 2019-2020 2-Series, 3-Series and 4-Series models are also included in the recall.

Several States Want To Use Credit Cards At EV Stations, Security Concerns Arise

Most current electric vehicles chargers use an app or secure, contactless payment methods.

Corvette Z06 Driver Does A Mustang By Attempting Burnout, Ending Up In Ditch

The ‘Vette disappears in a cloud of white smoke before crashing in an embarrassing manner.