• Sep 19, 2006

Pagani has been kind enough to grace us with this promotional video of the Zonda F...as in, F'n sweet ride. The video features some impressive cinematography of the beautiful supercar snaking through the mountains.

Definitely worth watching, but we could do without the uninspired (and uninspiring) soundtrack, and more of that sweet exhaust note coming out of the custom-built 7.3-liter 602-hp Mercedes-AMG V12.

[Source: Motor Authority]



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      • 8 Years Ago
      FANGIO!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Video looks very CG. Soundtrack is tacky. When it comes to selling performance vehicles, why not let the product sell itself? Nissan and Infiniti for expamle took lenghths to incorporate sweet sounding tuned exahust, but won't let the cars talk in advertising. Seems like wasted opportunity. I guess voiceover talents and music houses need to earn a living too.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Nice car... However, if I won the Powerball I wouldn't buy one. The Koenigsegg is faster (power lap time on TopGear) and the 911 Turbo is infinintely more driveable .

      PS: The sound track in the video was crap. soft-core porn bowww-chicka-wow-wow
      • 8 Years Ago
      The Zonda is a real Enzo-killer, except it doesn't have the name or the looks. It's too bad Pagani has been stuck with this one vehicle it keeps showcasing over and over again.
      • 8 Years Ago
      er, I meant "sharp and solid and NOT as if it were Marilyn Monroe's tits" Wow.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I couldn't make it through the video. It's not what I would make. They're shooting something that should be sharp and solid as if it were Marilyn Monroe's tits - enough with the image processing and glowing filters!

      (Oh and completely wrong music type.)