The incredible Zonda Revo Barchetta is phenomenal, even by Pagani's standards.
The 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed took place this past weekend and served as the meeting point not only for gearheads but the world's finest automotive creations too. Spectators got to witness some incredible displays, such as the sinister gang of Bugattis that took to the track and the quirky Hispano Suiza Carmen hypercar.
In the display area, hundreds of exotics and classic cars fought over the crowd's attention, with many making a beeline to the extraordinary creation you see below: the one-of-a-kind Pagani Zonda Revo Barchetta. Even by Pagani's standards, the roofless wonder is an attention-grabbing hypercar. A quick glance will clue you into the Italian's origins but, open further inspection, you'll notice unique design touches not shared by many Pagani vehicles.
There's a strong resemblance to the rare Zonda Revolucion in the front facia, with muscular wheel arches flowing beautifully over the blue-painted twin-spoke wheels. The exposed carbon fiber bodywork is exquisite and flows to the rear of the hypercar dramatically. Even when parked, this one-off appears to be moving at a rapid pace.
From the windscreen onwards, you'll notice the Zonda Revo Barchetta mirrors the design of the equally bewitching Zonda HP Barchetta, a car built as a birthday present for the company's founder. You'll see the rear wheels wear aerodynamic wheel spats which, together with the massive rear wing, will keep this one-off stable at high speed.
At the back of the Revo Barchetta, you'll find exposed quad-tailpipes. The recently revealed Huayra Codalunga boasts a similar setup. Pagani says this is intentional, as the beauty of the exhaust pipes deserves to be shown off.
Further visual flair is provided by the motorsport-inspired livery. Blue, red, and silver stripes have been applied from stem to stern, with the cannards and rear spoiler treated to the same finish. Inside, there's a no-nonsense approach. Carbon fiber has been used liberally, the somber lightweight material uplifted by splashes of blue trim on the dashboard and leather-covered seats.
We assume the Zonda Revo Barchetta gains motivation from the same 789-horsepower, AMG-sourced 6.0-liter V12 that does duty in the HP Barchetta. Of course, it may utilize the even stronger 800-horsepower unit found in the Revolucion. Parked amongst a collection of equally desirable Paganis, we're not sure whether this unique hypercar was put on display by its owner or the company itself. Whatever the case may be, we're delighted to see this incredible Pagani out in the wild.