What Would Pagani Look Like In 1968?

Retro

In a word: mindblowing.

After Turkish designer Oguz Sipahioglu wowed us with his vision of a Pagani Zonda built in the 1980s, the bespoke Italian supercar has been taken even further back in time. This time the year is 1968, when the retro Zonda would have been fighting against the “original” supercar – the Lamborghini Miura that debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in 1966. While there are some definite similarities between the hypothetical Zonda and the Miura, the Istanbul-based designer has done a fine job at maintaining distinct Pagani styling on the car.

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