Pagani Zonda F review

           First appeared at Geneva at a Auto Show in 2005, the all carbon fiber super car can reach 60 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.5 seconds. With power of 443 kW/594 hp, and a top speed that passes 215 mph (346 km/h).      

           Pagani was founded by Argentinean-born Italian Horacio Pagani and his first creation under his self-titled brand was the Zonda supercar. The stunning original was considered near perfect by most until Pagani released an updated Zonda ‘F’ with more even power and grip levels. Surely the Zonda F was the most that could be squeezed out of the platform? But Horacio Pagani didn't exactly see things that way and the Zonda F 'Clubsport' was born, an even higher performance version of the already extreme Zonda F and one of the fastest production cars ever created.

           Pagani Zonda F comes in at full Clubsport spec, which means it gets the 650bhp version of AMG's 7.3-litre V12, which should make for a bullying thug of an engine that doesn't like towns and lives for the long and winding road. But incredibly, this is a liveable supercar, one you could drive every day. The F Roadster comes with anti-stall technology to keep the revs coursing through the engine and despite a heavy feel that wonderfully ornate clutch pedal never sends the car bunny hopping down the road and the manual six-speed is so simple and tactile it makes you wonder about the semi-automatics on sale everywhere else.

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