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Video: Pagani Zonda R official commercial

It's rare to see any supercar manufacturer make an appearance during your typical television ad break, let alone a bespoke manufacturer like Pagani. Although it’s comforting to see that Pagani has pieced together this epic promo film for the Zonda R - 'just in case'.

Pagani Tricolore special edition air force images

With the Pagani Zonda coming towards the end of its life, one more limited edition is designed to give the Italian hypercar a deserving send off. The Pagani Tricolore is as limited edition as it gets, with just one vehicle ever to be made, and an expected price of US$1.75 million (AUD$1.98 million)...

2011 Pagani C9 spy photos

Thanks to an eagle-eyed reader from South Africa, CarAdvice today have some of the first photos of the new Pagani C9 Supercar. The C9 will feature a 6.0-litre V12 Mercedes-Benz AMG engine delivering 522kW of power and 1000Nm of torque. Production is scheduled to begin later this year with the car set to retail at around €900...

Pagani unveils Zonda Cinque Roadster

Pagani has yet again redefined desire in the hypercar stakes by releasing the first official images of the Roadster version of its special edition Zonda Cinque model. Just five pristine examples of the Zonda Cinque Roadster will be hand assembled at Pagani’s Modenese Atelier, mirroring the exclusivity of the Coupe...

2009 Pagani Zonda R official images

While most newly founded supercar firms promise greatness then recede into the pages of history, Pagani is one brand which has defied the trend, largely thanks to its ostentatious design. As a send-off to the first generation of Zonda supercars, Pagani has created the special-edition Zonda R - a car which the brand claims is 90 per cent new and completely insane...

Pagani Zonda R rendered pictures

We have always been fans of the ‘last run’ models that are released by auto manufacturers prior to extinguishing the line to make way for a new model, in particular performance cars. They always seem to have all the best parts added on, and all the niggling problems experienced in earlier models weeded out...

2010 Pagani Zonda F spy photos

Imagine the shock on our photographers face when he pulled into a petrol station to see a priceless supercar prototype parked there with only a few small pieces of camouflage. While the badges were covered in black tape, there was no doubt we were looking at the 2010 Pagani Zonda F. Up front, this next-generation Zonda F will get an all-new front clip...

Pagani Zonda Cinque

Pagani Zonda Cinque “Pagani create carbon fibre masterpieces with four wheels and huge engines by Mercedes Benz AMG. Now, they are have gone one better. They’re building carbon-titanium cars, which are even lighter than any previous models” - Anthony Crawford Car Advice is lucky to have spent time in a Zonda...

Pagani Zonda F Sets Nurburgring Lap Record

The exotic Pagani Zonda F has broken the lap record for the famed Nurburgring in Germany previously held by the Porsche Carrera GT to become the fastest production car in the world to lap the famous track. It achieved this remarkable feat by just two tenths of a second over the Carrera GT, but when racing on a knifes edge on the holy land, every nanosecond counts...

The 3rd Pagani Gathering in Italy

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to spend a few days driving, shopping and enjoying life in Italy amongst privileged supercar owners? What most of us dream of, a few lucky individuals manage in their lifetime. Our friend, Adam Kaplan from Supercar Investments who is sponsoring the Ride in a Pagani zonda competition recently returned from the 3rd Pagani Gathering in Italy...

Pagani Zonda Review

The following review was provided to us courtesy of Adam Kaplan from Hunter Holden Driving the Zonda is a surreal experience. You expect it to be difficult, after all, supercars are supposed to be quirky. They're supposed to be difficult to see out of. They're supposed to have hideously offset pedals and be claustrophobic and built for Italians with long arms and short legs...