Tour the Pagani factory on Google Maps

Pagani has opened its factory doors to the world of Google Maps, letting you look into the world of Horacio Pagani.

The Pagani factory - which is located in Atelier, Italy - produces some of the world’s most expensive and highly regarded supercars. If you’ve ever wanted to see where the magic happens, you can now take a tour of the factory on Google Maps.

Entering through the front doors of reception, there is plenty to see, and you can browse the interesting trinkets scattered around the place – or do what everybody would, and take a seat in either the Zonda or Huayra.

Other automotive places of interest include the Lamborghini museum, as well as the Honda and Mazda museums in Japan. Quite a few race circuits are also mapped, including Silverstone and the home of Top Gear – Dunsfold.

Take the factory tour here:

Visualizzazione ingrandita della mappa

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