The later ones just sound kind of weedy. This one though, the C12s, sounds like it will rip your face off and then eat it. Apparently though I am the only one that thinks this cause it is so hard to find sound clips on youtube. I am still going to try god damn it!
Pagani wasn't the first carmaker to build a Zonda. Car Design News has a great recap right here on the 1971 De Tomaso Zonda concept.
There are some vehicles you probably won't own in this lifetime. Things like an active nuclear submarine, a Space Shuttle, or even something a bit less powerful, like a Pagani Zonda. With the first banch of Huayras already delivered for those willing to fork out twice of the list price for them, used Zondas have…
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Even though Pagani is building the Huayra now, they'll still make you a Zonda if you ask for one. That's what F1 star Lewis Hamilton did, comissioning a one-off version with 760 HP and manual gearbox. These are the first ever pics.
The tiny principality of Monaco is both one of the richest and most crowded places in the world, which means it has a large population of exotic cars and a small collection of roads to drive them on. Thus, after rapidly accelerating his Pagani Zonda S Roadster into a tunnel, this driver returns to the scene of the…
If you can look past the comparisons to Renaissance era artists and disregard the self importance you might expect from a company that makes ultra exclusive supercars, this 15 minute video produced by Pagani offers an awesome behind the scenes look at the Huayra.
An axiom of supercars appears to be that the more wonderful and rare it is, the more likely it'll be crashed. The wonderful Pagani Zonda F is certainly rare — just 25 built — and now one's been crashed in Hong Kong. For the second time. And our tipster thinks it might belong to an exec at fashion house Dolce &…
Some people think all supercars, from Agera to Zonda, are the same: fast, expensive, and pretty much any eight-year-old could doodle one. They're wrong. Here's the aural proof — a 22-car supercar startup compilation.
A $1.5 million Pagani Zonda registered in Monaco spun out of control at 199 mph earlier this week on Italy's A10 autostrada. Miraculously, the young Italian-Argentine-German driver survived, but sadly, the black Zonda F gave its life so he might hoon catastrophically another day.
It's hard to grasp just how spectacular the Pagani Zonda is until you've seen one in person. They aren't automobiles, they're craft-built dream machines fantastic down to the smallest detail. Photographer Ronnie Renaldi has captured some of that magic.
The Pagani Zonda R was supposedly the last hurrah in the Zonda line, but one filthy rich American buyer's convinced them to build one more, the Zonda HH. The one-off convertible uses all the top shelf pieces and no restraint.
6:48 versus the ultimate record of 6:11 means a quasi-production car is now within 10% of the time set in the fastest Porsche sports prototype by a man who made Ayrton Senna look timid. Let’s dive into some numbers.
The test driver of the twin-turbocharged Pagani C9 prototype hopefully learned something valuable about the car's performance in the seconds before the $1.3 million Italian exotic slammed into a wall outside Stuttgart.
You're going to want to take three minutes, put down what you're doing and watch this. Pagani put together an homage to its track-day specialist, the Zonda R. It's the finest piece of product-focused marketing we've seen in ages.