• Mar 13, 2007


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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.

Having recently revealed plans to build its latest iteration, the track-only Zonda R, Pagani featured a pair of Zonda Fs in Geneva: a deep-blue coupe and an awe-inspiring roadster of bare carbon fiber with vibrant yellow ostrich leather. The Zonda is not a car easily missed in any color, but even amidst all the glitz and glamour of the Geneva motor show, the exposed-weave Roadster F grabbed our attention like a bull by the nose.

Seeing is believing, and photographs don't do this beautiful beast justice, but humbly we offer these, our best attempts at capturing both Zonda Fs on display at Geneva in the gallery below.



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      • 7 Years Ago
      If only it weren't for that hideous yellow interior...
      • 7 Years Ago

      WOW my dream cars Zonda F and VERYON. Both in the same day.

      I wonder if if the carbon figer is dry clean only j/k. I bet the clear coat has specific care techniqies that are different from a painted car.

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      • 7 Years Ago
      That's insane, which is exactly what a supercar ought to be. It's interesting that Pagani releases this the same month that Audi's R8 is starting to hit the buff mags. Audi's car, while no doubt technically brilliant, is just so soulless and consumer-friendly. It is only quantitatively, and not qualitatively, different from Audi's mass market offerings. This thing, on the other hand, has passion and character dripping from every surface. Lemon yellow ostrich leather and an exposed carbon fiber body? If that doesn't make you giggle like a schoolgirl, it's time to sell your Prius and buy a Segway. Just brilliant...
      • 7 Years Ago
      Someday. Someday...