In 2013, Pagani introduced the Zonda Revolucion as the ultimate version of the famous hypercar. However, other versions of the Zonda followed in the following years, almost all produced as one-offs. For your information, the Revolucion was originally designed to be produced in five copies, but only one has been assembled.
This special version was based on the incredible Zonda R, but it had more refined aerodynamics and a series of technical solutions to improve its reliability on the track. Like the Zonda R, the Revolucion was designed to run only on the track. Till today.
Perfect for getting to the office
The English company Lanzante Limited is ready to create a special kit to make the Zonda Revolucion a car approved for the road (in the UK). This same workshop created a road version of the terrible McLaren P1 GTR.
Lanzante has not revealed the changes that will allow the Zonda to become a homologated car on the road. In fact, the company is working to determine what will need to be modified to fit the hypercar. However, we are confident that, given the success of the P1 GTR, Lanzante will be able to do the same with the Zonda.
From an aesthetic point of view, we hope that it will not change anything or almost nothing compared to the original version. We would like to return to the extreme look characterized by aerodynamic appendages, large side skirts and a huge spoiler. To adapt it to the irregularities of the asphalt, it is likely that the suspensions are less rigid than those of the track variant.
We do not touch V12
Power-hungry purists will certainly not be disappointed. Lanzante will try not to touch the engine. In the Zonda, we find the original Mercedes-AMG atmospheric V12 6.0 capable of delivering 800 hp and 730 Nm. Very high values, but still lower than those of the very recent Huayra R with 850 hp and 750 Nm.
Among the hypercars suitable for the road, besides the Zonda and P1 GTR mentioned above, there is also the Aston Martin Vulcan, which has been tuned by RML Group.