Pagani Zonda

The Pagini Zonda first made its debut in 1999 and was produced by Pagani. The Roadster F model was launched in 2006 and was developed as a tribute to the late F1 champion and design contributor Juan Manuel Fangio. This edition was launched to show how superior the model was as compared to stock roadster. After the launch in 2006, this car was appreciated all over the world. It is and will always be a unique car since only 25 cars will ever be produced by the manufacturer. This makes the owner of a Pagani Zonda Roadster F a special person indeed.

The previous model, the Zonda C12 F first debuted at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. This was the framework for the Pagani Zonda Roadster F (rent a Pagani Zonda). The power was increased to a mind blowing 594 bhp that propelled the car from 0-60 mph in just 3.5 seconds. This is no mean feat considering the 1.36 tons weight of the car. It can also touch a maximum speed of 215 mph with a power to weight ratio of 528 bhp/ton. When comparing this to another great supercar, the Enzo Ferrari, we see only a power to weight ratio of 483 bhp/ton.

The story of the Pagani Zonda Roadster F begins with the story of the maker himself, Horacio Pagani. It was clear that at an early age, Horacio was destined for great things. When he was just 12, he surprised everyone with the detailed models of supercars he prepared from wood. As soon as he reached the age of 20, he successfully designed an F3 which competed in Argentina under the colours of the Renault team. With this feat under his belt, he was trusted with the responsibility of a large number of industrial projects which implemented with flair. After a chance meet with Juan Manuel Fangio, his childhood hero he was introduced to Modena where he started work in the famed Lamborghini company under the guidance of engineer Alfeiri. Starting off as a third level mechanic, he rapidly rose through the levels on the basis of his hard work and dedication. In 1992, Pagani began to construct a prototype and the first model to be tested was in the Dallara wind tunnel in 1993. This was without doubt successful and marked the beginning of an era.

The 7.3 litre Mercedes-AMG V12 pushes the Pagani Zonda Roadster F to a massive 300kmph so effortlessly that at many times you wonder whether you have even reached that speed. The aerodynamically shaped bodywork ensures that you have no trouble reaching there even with the top down. Now that is something remarkable. The handling will surprise you with the efficient and responsive feedback and you will feel the car responding to your every movement. Keeping the performance enhancements aside, the Pagani Zonda Roadster F's design is more or less similar to the original Roadster. The interiors are an eclectic mixture of carbon, leather and aluminium that combines the past and the present keeping the perfect balance. The most popular and the most expensive roadster in the world, the Pagani Roadster F is definitely one among the best.