Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta – Somewhere else, the HP Barchetta has a Cinque-style carbon roof scoop, rear diffuser, and rear wing. Then, it has revamped wheels (ended up in blue on one side and gold on the other) and a sensational white interior.
Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta, the most significant difference
The primary difference with the Barchetta and all other Zonda’s cars is the chopped windscreen. It dramatically changes the whole design of the vehicle. As for the rest of the cars, it appears to be a mishmash of parts from a variety of one-off Zonda 760 designs, including its vented hood, redesigned taillights and rear wheel covers like the Zonda ZoZo. Pagani Zonda presented the HP Barchetta at Pebble Beach 2017, and before you ask, it will obviously be the last Zonda. It is not clear…
Will the HP Barchetta, in fact, show to be the last Zonda?
Pagani initially stated the one-of-three Zonda Tricolore would be the final Zonda. For a time, it was rolling out of the factory in 2011. Quickly after, wealthy enthusiasts around the world started commissioning one-off lorries, forming the 760 series and keeping the Zonda alive to this day. Will the HP Barchetta, in fact, show to be the last Zonda? Let’s see, but we wouldn’t be amazed to see even more one-offs in the future.
Just three units of the Pagani Zonda HP Barchetta are bound for the assembly line and among them is said to be going straight into Horacio Pagani’s collection. It also occurs to be among the wildest Zondas ever produced.
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