Located just down the street from Ferrari's headquarters, one of the few hyperexotic supercar startups to succeed thrives. The part of the Modena, Italy building you can see in the photograph houses Pagani's executive offices and its showroom, but behind that is a relatively large industrial workshop for such as small concern. This part of the building hand-makes the Zonda S, F, and R, as well as a slew of one-offs that have been rolling out almost as fast as Bugatti's special editions. Looking from above, you can observe the full workshop.
Pagani's workshop employs a number of experts in their field, including former Ferrari employees who left that company to work for Pagani and a number of retired racing engineers, drivers, and other extremely capable people who are less famous but not any less skilled. Though plans were in the works to build a new, state-of-the-art factory for the small company, the current location seems to suit them fine so far.