According to founder Horacio Pagani's statement last year, Pagani had terminated its pursuit of electric vehicles. Now, his son restated that the technology currently falls short of the brand's standards. Furthermore, it appears that customers lack interest.
Although electric vehicles provide a thrilling burst of speed, the batteries and electric motors add considerable heft to the car. Top Gear quoted Christopher Pagani, the automaker's director of marketing, as saying, "Our goal is to create something that has to be lightweight."
He implies that one must experience something above the ordinary in order to appreciate driving a Pagani. The vehicle's weight, though, is a major worry for Pagani, and he has voiced his reservations about it. In addition, he claims that developing a Pagani vehicle to the company's standards with the presently available technology is impossible.
Pagani, on the other hand, is thinking about teaming up with Mercedes-Benz and AMG to develop a cutting-edge electric architecture. The company has confirmed that conversations are still going on. Let us bide our time and behold Pagani's ultimate verdict.