The Pagani Zonda first appeared at the Geneva motor show in 1999 as the Zonda C12 and it’s gone on to become a legend in supercars.
It was the first car produced by Horacio Pagani’s car company, Pagani Automobili S.p.A.It is based in San Cesario sul Panaro, near Modena, in Italy. Yes it’s another supercar company near Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati.
The Zonda has been produced in tiny quantities and with plenty of special editions which means that it has a long story to tell.
“The last ever Zonda” has become a bit of a joke. It seems that rich car owners keep going to Mr Pagani and offering him large amounts of money to produce another unique Zonda.
The current last Zonda ever is the Zonda Revolucion.
How Big Is A Zonda?
The different models have changed a little but the sizes are broadly the same.
Length 4,395 to 4,435 mm (173.0 to 174.6 in)
Width 2,055 mm (80.9 in)
Height 1,141 to 1,151 mm (44.9 to 45.1 in)
Wheelbase 2,730 mm (107.5 in)
Dryweight: 1210 kg to 1250 kg (2,668 lb to 2756 lb)
Top Gear – Zonda review
Top Gear – Zonda R – Jeremy is on the test track in the insanely powerful Pagani, before the Stig takes it out for a speed test.
Top Gear – Pagani Zonda F vs Bugatti Veyron Drag Race – James is on the Top Gear test track to review the £825,000 Pagani Zonda F Roadster. But how will the fastest ever Zonda fare against the storming speed of the Bugatti Veyron?
Evo – Pagani Zonda 760RS driven!
Xcar – Taking a Drive with Horacio Pagani in a Zonda S 7.3
Evo – Pagani Zonda 7.3 C12 S review Part 1- Harry’s Garage
Drive – Music and beauty: A quick celebration of the Pagani Zonda
Scale Models Of The Pagani Zonda
I’ve made it easy for you to check what models are available at what price from these websites:
Collectable Diecast – a specialist model retailer in America
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