Singapore - Pagani Automobili has found a new home in Singapore, as the Eurokars Supersports Pte. Ltd. (a subsidiary of the multi-franchise Eurokars Group that counts Rolls-Royce, McLaren, Porsche, MINI, Mazda and MG in its fold in Singapore) takes over as importer and dealer from Eurosports Auto with immediate effect.
Pagani of Singapore's Brand Experience and Service centres will be housed at 5 Leng Kee Road and the first model it will likely sell is the 'C10' (an internal codename for the brand's Huayra successor) in 2023 (Click HERE to read more about the Huayra's V12-engined successor)
Needless to say, if you have to ask how much... psst, prices for the 'C10' start from €3m before options and COE. A source with the dealer tells us just three units have been allocated to Singapore.
At present, Pagani of Singapore is the only Pagani Automobili in South-East Asia, which means it can also service customers who live (or wish to take delivery) in a country in the region that doesn't have an AD.
According to Mr. Chong Kah Wei, GM of Eurokars Supersports Pte. Ltd., "Apart from new models, Pagani of Singapore will also be involved in used Pagani car transactions as they are art pieces that should be traded differently from 'normal' supercars."
Mr. Karsono Kwee, Executive Chairman of the Eurokars Group, says, “It is an honour to represent Pagani Automobili as a positive move forward in solidifying the brand’s position and an important milestone in bringing this exquisite product and exclusive experience closer to its local clientele base as well as in the region. Along with the strong synergy and the commitment to a long-term venture, we look forward to taking the brand to greater heights.”