After a long silence from super-exotic Italian manufacturer Pagani Automobili, suddenly we’re summoned to the famous Monza circuit to become one of the first magazines to watch the extraordinary new Zonda R up close, at the track.
First off, the Pagani Zonda R starts at the heady price of £1.3 million before taxes and any personal add-ons.… Continue reading
Enjoy these shots of the Pagani Zonda R, presented at the luxury show in Vienna and appearing more like a sculpture than a car. Horacio has even revealed that one of the first customers confessed his desire to exhibit the car in his lounge room, rather than actually drive it.
What else to say then?… Continue reading
The Pagani brand first burst onto the supercar scene during the late ‘90s and immediately tore apart the establishment with its wild-looking creations capable of out-handling the best from cross-town rivals Ferrari and Lamborghini. In fact, the only thing raising more eyebrows than the Pagani cars themselves was the manner in which they were built – at a tiny Italian factory, barely the size of a few houses, whose owner speaks not a word of English but can tell you about a love for cars in a way no one else can.… Continue reading
Pagani may not have had anything new for this year’s Geneva Motor Show but that doesn’t mean the Italian supercar manufacturer isn’t planning anything new for the coming year. Latest reports claim a brand new model will be launched next year and a new factory will be opened to boost output necessary to build cars for a worldwide market.… Continue reading
Here are the latest renderings of Pagani’s Zonda R. Even though the Italian company has produced the amazing Zonda F that lacks no performance with its driving time of 7:32 around the Nurburgring, Pagani wanted to set a new target for an ultimate performance racetrack car with out any rules besides safety.… Continue reading
So many have tried to independently build exotic supercars, but few have succeeded so remarkably as Horacio Pagani. The Argentinian-Italian once worked for Lamborghini, and gradually split off until giving birth to the Zonda, designed and built in house with input from such big names as Dallara, Mercedes-AMG and the late great Juan Manuel Fangio, after whom the Zonda was originally to be named.… Continue reading