#PaganiRaduno - The Vanishing Point 2016 (Official Video)
The 12th #PaganiRaduno - the Vanishing Point
-The biggest Pagani Gathering Ever, with 19 Pagani ready to hit the road.
-Drive through some of the most spectacular scenarios in the world like the Dolomites
-The end in Venice made special what was a gathering to be remembered
San Cesario sul Panaro, Modena. 8th August, 2016. Almost 20 Pagani have joined the twelfth Pagani Gathering, a unique event that has become a crucial annual stop for the clients of the atelier in Modena. The departure was set at the new Pagani Automobili facility, which will be open to public towards the end of the year 2016, along with the new showroom.
The drive was wonderful, from Modena to the Dolomites, covering almost all of the most important dolomite passes like Sella, Pordoi and Falzarego pass, to finish then with two days of relaxation among that symbol of genius and Italian art that is Venice.
Pagani and Bosch
"Learning never exhausts the mind" - Leonardo da Vinci
Pagani relies on Bosch for the driving safety and braking control systems used on its Huayra and Huayra BC vehicles. “The philosophy of our vehicles is a combination between Art and Science, Technology and Design, Performanche and uncompromising safety. Bosch Engineering has been our partner for a number of years now in this endeavor,” says Horacio Pagani, founder and chief Designer of Pagani Automobili. Although the ABS and ESP® hardware come from Bosch’s mass-production automotive portfolio, it is Bosch Engineering GmbH, a subsidiary of the supplier of technology and services, that is responsible for the custom adaptation of the software.
“This is the only way in which we can exploit the entire safety potential of the software while creating the dynamic handling particular to this brand. We understand Pagani’s requirements in this regard, and we are developing the software accordingly,” says Bernhard Bihr, president of Bosch Engineering GmbH.
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