We've already heard what one Pagani Zonda Revolucion sounds like from a distance, but that video didn't do the twelve thrusting and pulsating pistons any justice. It was too far away, like listening to a Van Halen concert from a nearby highway. Now here's two and a half minutes of pure, unadulterated, up-close Zondas.
Even though Pagani's been making the Huayra for some time now, the Pagani Zonda it was supposed to replace still refuses to die. This, the Pagani Zonda Revolucion, is supposed to be the final-final-FINAL version. I don't care if it isn't – it just sounds too good.
So, the next $3 million Pagani Zonda Revolucion is blue carbon, and still comes with 800 naturally aspirated horsepower from the R's 6.0-liter V12.
The first modern supercar that was essentially an F1 machine with a licence plate was the Ferrari F50 in 1995. Fast forward 18 years, and you get to the Zonda Revolucion, which could eat that stallion for breakfast. But it won't get a plate.