Pagani Zonda Revolucion Goes Wild At Fuji Speedway: Video
This is what happens when you unleash the most powerful Zonda on a race trackby Kirby Garlitos, on
What do you do if you have a Pagani Zonda Revolucion and you have a racetrack like the Fuji Speedway in Japan all to yourself? Chances are, you’re going to do what Bingo Sports did. Taking full advantage of the opportunity to run unimpeded in one of the world’s most formidable tracks, Japan’s most prominent supercar dealership took to the Fuji Speedway to showcase all of its latest exotic masterpieces. One of these cars was the Zonda Revolucion, considered to be the fastest and most powerful iteration of Pagani’s iconic Zonda nameplate.
The following video is what I look to call “showpiece evidence” of the Zonda Revolucion’s incredible track abilities. Running virtually alone around the track, you can see and hear just how crackling this monster of a Zonda is. That 6.0-liter V-12 engine that’s been tuned to produce 800 horsepower and 538 pound-feet of torque roars to life in just about every kerb and chicane on the track. Dial up the volume and the sound becomes incredibly intoxicating. So, take a few minutes and check out this video of the Zonda Revolucion running roughshod over the Fuji Speedway. At one point, there’s even a shot of the car disappearing in the distance while the majestic Mt. Fuji sits ever-so still in the background. As far as picturesque landscapes go, it doesn’t get any better than that, does it?
As a brief refresher on the awesomeness that is the Zonda Revolucion, Pagani introduced the model at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show as a souped-up version of the already souped-up Zonda R. In fact, the model that Pagani showcased in Geneva almost two years ago is the exact same model that Bingo Sports has. Yep, the naked carbon-bodied Zonda Revolucion that’s in the video is the same one that caused a lot of jaws to drop in Geneva back in 2014. It’s unclear if Bingo Sports is selling this particular Zonda Revolucion, but with only five units in existence, I certainly can’t blame the Japanese supercar dealer for resisting the urge to sell this ultra-exclusive supercar.