Italian super-lux/hypercar maker will be imported and sold by Eurokars Supersports – a subsidiary of Eurokars Group – in Singapore and the region
SINGAPORE – Italian hypercar brand Pagani’s new dealer in Southeast Asia and Singapore is Eurokars Supersports (EKSS), with the relationship made official in an announcement today.
While the deal saw its official announcement today, our sister magazine Top Gear Singapore broke the news first on October 26, 2021.
Eurokars Supersport is a subsidiary of the Eurokars Group, the multi-brand MNC headquartered in Singapore, and which holds the dealerships for Mazda, McLaren, MG, Mini, Porsche, and Rolls-Royce in The Lion City.
Similar to Wearnes’ Automotive’s dealership of Bugatti, prospective Pagani owners in Southeast Asia can also buy their mega-rare hypercar from EKSS if their country has no authorised distributor.
“We are proud to partner with Eurokars Group, a well-established leader in the automotive industry who understands our philosophy and shares our brand values. It is pivotal for us to expand the business and strengthen our presence in Southeast Asia, where some of the most discerning car collectors are,” said brand founder Horacio Pagani, in an official statement.
Pagani will have its own showroom on 5 Leng Kee Road, which will be dubbed the ‘Pagani of Singapore Brand Experience Centre’ with plans to open in 2022. Currently, the address is occupied solely by the McLaren dealership.
The first car to be sold (or pre-sold, anyway) by the dealership will be the successor to Pagani’s current Huayra, codenamed the C10. It will cost at least S$3-million without options or COE. As EKSS says, the brand produces only around 50 cars a year, and all of 2022’s deliveries are already spoken for.
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