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Old 20-08-2008, 22:24
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I think this is one of the best Zonda F movies I have ever seen... Fantastic sound!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNCuRnx2koU
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Old 20-08-2008, 22:28
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Yeah, did see this one before... nice sound... and for sure an impressive line-up.
Don't like the attitude of the driver though... not a very good idea to drive like this on a small road filled with people and lots of other (exclusive) cars.
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Old 20-08-2008, 22:43
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I think this video is made during the introduction of the Zonda F for customers, in front of the Pagani factory. Maybe the driver is a testdriver from Pagani or Horacio himself.
But it isn't safe at all, that's true.
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Old 19-02-2009, 22:03
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Default Pagani Zonda R

The new Pagani Zonda R. What a car...
Found also a movie from Monza, listen to that sound!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVxgoCkvHss

A Pagani Zonda is never shy of a drive at the racetrack, a fact that was undermined
numerous times in the past with records for production vehicles at the Nurburgring
Nordschleife. With the input of its avid track focused customers, the Pagani team has
created the Zonda R using bespoke engineering solutions to meet the performance
demands for a trackday version of the highly popular Zonda F.

The central monocoque is made of a Carbon-Titanium composite, increasing rigidity
while reducing significantly the weight. Bolted directly to the chassis is the Mercedes
AMG 6.0 litre race derived V12 engine, with 750 hp and 710 Nm of torque. A direct
throttle actuation via mechanical cable ensures immediate throttle response.

The Xtrac Magnesium cased dog ring gearbox combined with tha Automac Engineering
AMT system performs gearshifts in 20ms, triggered by the drivers input on the paddles
behind the steering wheel. A 12-way Bosch Motorsport traction control and ABS system
allows the driver to fully adjust the settings while driving the Zonda R.

At the pits, each driver will be able to find a suitable setup thanks to a fully adjustable
suspension and wing configuration. The effectiveness of the rear is matched by a complex
new front bonnet, a masterpiece realised with the help of models by Ennegi, as well as
the closed underbody and rear diffusor. Aerodynamic setups rage from a high downforce
setting of 1.500kg to a 350kmh top speed setting.

Aspa forged AvionAl suspension components as well as machined structural ErgAl parts
holding the engine and gearbox have been designed to reduce the weight of the overall
car, Poggipolini Titanium screws are used on the whole car. These measures lead to a
dry weight of 1.070 kg.

The interior has been designed to offer a perfect environment for the driver. The controls
are limited to the indispensable, but the quality finish reflects the usual demanding Pagani
standards. The bespoke Toora seats are FIA homologated and comply to latest HANS
standards, five-point safety belts and a CrMo roll-cage assure the occupants’ safety.

The lucky owners of the Zonda R will experience a level of performance on the track,
that is simply not possible on the road. A power-to-weight ratio of 701 hp-per-ton will
catapult them from 0 to 60 mph in less than 2,7 seconds, the Brembo carbon ceramic
brakes ensure the car comes to a standstill even quicker.

The Zonda R is built in a limited production run and sold at a price of 1.460.000 Euro
plus taxes, a performance machine, a track toy, a collectors item, a masterpiece signed
by Horacio Pagani.

Engine: Mercedes-Benz AMG - M120 - 12 cylinder V 60°, 48 valves;
displacement 5987 ccm, dry sump.
Max. Power: (kW) hp/rpm: (551) 750 / 7.500.
Max. Torque: Nm/rpm: 710/5.700.
Stroke: 80,20 mm.
Bore: 89,00 mm.
Traction control: 12 Stage - Bosch Motorsport traction control system.
Intake: Single throttle bodies, mechanically operated.
Exhaust system: Hydroformed Inconel, ceramic coated.
Transmission: Longitudinal mid engine; rear wheel drive
with self-locking differential.
Gearbox: XTRAC 672 bespoke magnesium casing gearbox,
6 speed sequential dog gearchange with Automac
Engineering AMT system.
Carbon-ceramic brakes: 4 ventilated Brembo disks, hydraulic power brake.
12 Stage - Bosch Motorsport Race ABS.
Dischi: Front 380x34 mm 6 piston caliper;
Rear 380x34 mm 4 piston caliper.
Wheels: Forged alloy APP wheels; 19” front, 20” rear.
Tyres: Pirelli P Zero Zonda R: ant. 255/35/19; post. 335/30/20.
Suspensions: 4 independent wheels with double A-arm;
Forged Avional suspension arms; pull rod helical springs and
Öhlins adjustable shock absorbers.
Structure: Central carbon-Titanium chassis, Engine is a stressed member;
front and rear Cr Mo space frames;
bodywork carbon fiber MD System.
Dimensions: Length 4886 mm; Width 2014 mm;
height 1141 mm; Wheelbase 2785 mm;
Dry weight 1070 kg.
Safety: Roll cage in Cr Mo steel; carbon fibre seats HANS compatible;
five point harness.
Performance: 0-100 km/h in 2,7 sec.; Top speed: > 350 km/h.
Weight-to-Power ratio: 1,43 kg/hp.
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Old 19-02-2009, 22:08
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Wow... and indeed... "WHAT A CAR" ...
Seems everything you would like to say about it is an understatement.

I heard most Zonda R's will "disapear" to Asia...
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Old 23-02-2009, 20:34
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Oh. :S
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Old 18-06-2009, 23:48
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Pagani Zonda R...............

http://www.evo.co.uk/videos/planetev...i_zonda_r.html
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Old 19-06-2009, 11:55
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Quote:
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Only in Italy.

Driving a not approved, uninsured and unregistered car and then be fined 28 euros for the sound..
What a country!

Insane car anawy!

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Old 28-07-2009, 15:34
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Default Zonta girl

Mille Miglia 2007
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Old 30-07-2009, 15:56
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Like the first pic better

Hilarious positioning of the numberplate of course... horizontal mounting... hmm... good idea Better streamlining for sure....
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Old 02-08-2009, 15:10
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A few pictures in front of the ferrari Galaria.

Rob,
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Old 02-08-2009, 22:44
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Thanks for posting... visitor from the UK as it seems... great looking car...
Personally I would have removed the bird dropping immediately
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Old 05-08-2009, 22:44
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At the factory, May '08. This one was in for service. I think it suits me!


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P.S. Thanks for the pics, Peter!
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Old 11-12-2009, 22:00
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Richard Hammond (TopGear) tests the Pagani Zonda Cinque:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AafxlA-Qkt0
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Old 12-12-2009, 00:46
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The Cinque will be the last Zonda.

I'm very curious about the new model...
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Old 13-03-2010, 16:39
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Pagani Zonda R commercial:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYOundkNxGE
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Default The new Pagani

Yesterday the first pictures of the new Pagani were revealed on the internet. It's named Huayra and is a new version of the Zonda.

http://nieuws.auto.nl.msn.com/msn/nieuws.php?id=15859
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Old 26-01-2011, 20:38
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It's has been officially revealed.
I've always been a huge fan of the Zonda, especially the Zonda F.

Not sure what to think of the Huayra yet...
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Old 26-01-2011, 20:54
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What can I say... extreme lines as it's supposed to be for a Pagani.
Interior is also a work of art !!
I volunteer for a test drive so I can write a first hand review here on F-Chat
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Old 26-01-2011, 22:08
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Liked the zonda better. Always thought the zonda's design was on the edge of insanity.
Car was beautiful and extreme in his own way.

The new one is way overdesigned in my opinion. They should have thought up a complete new car, not a 'fatter', 'collagen injected' zonda...
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