Pagani Zonda Revolución: The End of The Zonda Revolution

Pagani Zonda Revolucion

Now it would be completely tragic if we were going to have a car site that didn’t mention the Zonda at all. Zonda was initially going to be called the Fangio F1 after Juan Manuel Fangio the F1 champion who did some of its engineering. However, after the unfortunate demise of the F1 champion the car was renamed after the Zonda winds, which is a regional air current over Argentina. Over a hundred Zondas have been produced.

Starting with the C12 released in 99’ at the Geneva Motor Show. Pagani has accomplished great work over all its Zonda models which are quite numerous to say the least. However, the last of this great model was the Pagani Zonda Revolución. The Revolución tries to capture everything Pagani has learnt over the years at their atelier in San Cesario sul Panaro in Italy. Read More

Pagani Huayra: A Wing On Wheels

Pagani Huayra

Designed as a wing the Pagani Huayra is the second model Pagani has made in its 23 years of existence. Two models in over two decades means Pagani aim to make a mark with each new model they build. Zonda has been a brilliant flagship car, however the Huayra is an abled successor.

The name for Pagani’s new offering has become a little harder to pronounce as it is pronounced as why-ra. This Pagani got its name from Wayra Tata, “God of the Winds” from the ancient Inca people.

Speaking of names it was named the “Hypercar of the Year 2012” by Top Gear magazine. This wasn’t the only prestigious accolade it received as it became the fastest car on the Top Gear Test Truck , as it smashed the Aerial Atom’s record with a time of 1:13.8 back in 2011. The car hasn’t stopped there as it has made an appearance on the silver screen also. It appeared in Transformers: Age of Extinction as a villain, where is plays the KSI prototype that turns to the Decepticon Stinger. Read More