When it comes to supercar or hyper, only few can match the magic of Pagani Zonda. We have already said goodbyes to many Zondas, but it seems that final one is upon us. Pagani Zonda Barchetta is a roofless variant of 760-Series Zonda. Spectators got to watch the Pagani Zonda Barchetta at Goodwood Festival of Speed being driven up the hill. It was driven none other than Horacio Zonda and enthralled crowd with sound of the engine. For those who don’t remember, it was showcased at 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
Only three examples of Pagani Zonda Barchetta will be built and the showcased one here is owned by Horacio. Two of the remaining Pagani Zonda Barchetta is priced between $15 million and $17 million. Paganis are highly desirable vehicle and pricing gives us a glimpse of that. Each and every aspect of Zonda Barchetta is outstanding. The naturally aspirated 7.3 liter engine that comes with manual transmission along with central air scoop hanging between the seats to the chopped windscreen are few such features. Every corner of the Barchette is admirable and engrossing.
However, there are some aspects which should have been taken care of. One of the most talked about the Pagani Zonda Barchetta is the rear-wheel covers. Not many would have problem with it as they will be shell out this amount to become a proud owner. The aesthetics of Zonda Barchetta is breathtakingly beautiful. For now, check out the attached video of this supercar being driven by Horacio Pagani.