The one-off Pagani Zonda Revo Barchetta has made its public debut at this weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed and is certainly one of the most outlandish cars ever created by the Italian car manufacturer.
The Zonda Revo Barchetta has been around since 2020 but for some reason, never appears to have left the Pagani factory where it has been on display since early 2021. As such, it is unclear if it is owned by someone from Pagani, or perhaps Horacio Pagani itself, or if it actually is owned by a private collector who has been waiting to take delivery for a couple of years.
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Whatever the case may be, it is very bold. As the name of the model suggests, it is part Zonda Revolucion and part Zonda Barchetta.
First, the bodywork. Almost every part of the car’s exterior is shared with the track-only Zonda Revolucion. As such, it features an overhauled front fascia with a massive carbon fiber splitter, aerodynamic canards, a pronounced roof scoop, and an outlandish rear end with a towering wing, a small secondary wing, and a huge carbon fiber diffuser. A key point of difference between it and all Revolucion models before it is the unique paint scheme that combines painted areas of silver, red, and blue with exposed carbon fiber panels.
The rest of the car’s design is taken from the Zonda Barchetta, including the slim windshield and the extended carbon fiber wheel covers at the rear. Found in the cabin of the car are a host of bright blue accents, including the seat bolsters, and large parts of the instrument panel.
Power is thought to be identical to all other Zonda Revolucion models. That means it is powered by a screaming 6.0-liter naturally-aspirated V12 pumping out 791 hp and 538 lb-ft (730 Nm) of torque. This engine is coupled to an Xtrac six-speed sequential transmission that drives the rear wheels.