The Zonda R is a track special version of the Zonda F with features that would later be used in the Pagani Huayra.
The Roadster F maintained chassis rigidity without any gain in curb weight, eschewing conventional thinking by not strengthening the sills, a process which would have needed more than 35 kg (77 lb) of reinforcement. Despite sharing much of the Zonda's shape, the R is almost entirely new, sharing only 10% of the Zonda F's components. Unique to this car was a small wing placed behind the cockpit which reflected the tail wing of Frecce Tricolori's Aermacchi MB-339 PAN stunt plane. It is a rebuilt variant of the Zonda F #76065. The car's interior is spartan, reflecting the car's racetrack aspirations and intended home, and features seats customized to the driver to offer maximum support.
The 760 Fantasma is the fourth 760-series Zonda, after the 760RS, 760LH and 764 Passione, and is a rebuilt orange Zonda F which was badly damaged in an accident in Hong Kong during 2012. Both 2-door coupé and roadster variants have been produced along with a third new variant being the barchetta. The Pagani Zonda R is a track day car developed and manufactured by Italian sports car manufacturer Pagani. A 217mph, 739bhp track special costing £1.5m, and the pinnacle of a story that started in 1999, when Pagani launched its first supercar. , The Zonda Cinque Roadster had the same specifications as the coupé from which it was derived. Discover the power, the speed, the acceleration and all the technical specifications that make this car a work of engineering signed Pagani Automobili. PAGANI ZONDA R FOR SALE *** The Zonda R was designed from scratch, with only 10 percent of Zonda F components being carried over. Pagani Automobili S.p.A. was founded in 1992 by former Lamborghini engineer, Horacio Pagani. Same as the Zonda 760 RS, it features a different colour, purple, for both the exterior and the interior, and a manual gearbox instead of the sequential one.
, Development of the Zonda GR started in December 2002. The wheelbase has grown by 47mm, the overall length by 394 mm and the track is increased by 50mm. The Pagani Zonda R has a claimed top speed of 375 km/h (233 mph), accelerates to 97 km/h (60 mph) in 2.5 seconds, to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.0 seconds. The engine is mated to the same 6-speed manual gearbox Lewis Hamilton commissioned on his Zonda. It is thought that this system will enable owners to adjust set-up according to track conditions and to improve their cornering technique. The C12 S can can attain a top speed of 208 mph (335 km/h). As of the Fifteenth Anniversary Update, the Pagani Zonda R is now a low Class B car. , The Zonda GJ was commissioned by a Scottish entrepreneur Gareth Jones whose Zonda S heavily crashed in 2009. The C12 S can accelerate to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.7 seconds, to 161 km/h (100 mph) in 7.0 seconds. These are intended to translate into increased aerodynamic efficiency and down-force for maximum cornering speed. The Pagani Zonda R is a low-end Class A vehicle, with a starting rank of 1424, a maximum rank of 1563, and a final rank of 1631. In Forza Motorsport 7, it reaches 100 mph (161 km/h) in 5.1 seconds instead.  It has been commissioned upon request of Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton, hence the initials LH. The wheelbase has been increased by 47 mm (1.9 in) to increase stability. The central carbon chassis incorporates a roll cage and a rubber racing fuel cell with 4 fuel pumps and quick refuel filler cap, similar to GT race cars. The basis was the self supporting engine of the mighty CLK GTR, which has dominated the GT championships. Only 15 cars were produced. The Zonda F (or Zonda Fangio - named after Formula One driver Juan Manuel Fangio) debuted at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. Power output of the engine increased to 650 PS (478 kW; 641 hp) and 780 N⋅m (575 lb⋅ft) of torque. The car has purple-pink interior with wooden steering wheel, all done upon customer's request. The first model they were working on was the Pagani Zonda. Flying on the wings of a wind that keeps blowing harder and faster, the Zonda R was designed for the racetrack, and from the racetrack, without limits. After the car's accident it was sent back to the Pagani factory where it was repaired and received all the 760-series upgrades. , The Zonda Monza was first shown at the 2004 Paris Motor Show and is a track-day version of the Zonda built for an American customer. m) of torque @ 5,700 rpm. The Pagani customers who have ordered the Zonda R will be relieved of almost 1.2 million + taxes.