Today’s Eye Candy

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Zonda Cinque Roadster

Here’s some eye candy that I happen to really love at the moment. Horacio Pagani can do no wrong. He is an automotive god.

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Pagani Zonda R Commerical

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4gs19CMvyI

Pagani always brings the quality, even down to the promotional video they distribute. Here’s a classy commerical for the new Zonda R. I honestly dont think they need any promo material for this car, but most likely they just want to share the beauty with everyone.

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Hater Fodder: The CorZonda

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First off, I must give props to Jalopnik for amusing me greatly with their “Doing It Wrong V3″. This picture I took from their gallery, which contains other examples of tragic/comedic greatness.

http://jalopnik.com/photogallery/doingwrongv3/

For my chosen example (due to my love of Pagani and their Zonda), I’ve selected what I dub the CorZonda. Although the owner was creative in achieving what he did with the rear of the car, it is a complete disaster from my eyes. Here’s some food for the haters…I present you with the CorZonda.

The CorZonda

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I Still Love The Pagani Zonda

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Still my favorite exotic car in the world…Enjoy the pics from a Zonda meet presumably in Italy.

Zonda Meet

Zonda Meet

Unpainted Carbon Zonda

The above picture is always a favorite, a full unpainted (just clearcoat) carbon Zonda. With carbon work as good as that, why bother painting it (Although the Orange above is really nice).

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Pagani Invents Carbon-Titanium

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I didn’t even know that I always wanted this until I just found out that it could exist…

The Man, Horacio Pagani just found a way to mate my two favorite materials into one mega super crazy material. Carbon-Titanium is the new dream…too bad there’s no pics of it yet.

Pagani invented this composite for his latest mega limited edition Zonda, the Cinque:

Pagani Zonda Cinque

Pagani Zonda Cinque

Words from the Pagani press release:

Besides, it will be the first Zonda to
use the new Pagani invention, the carbon-titanium, a special fiber purposely created for the Zonda Cinque, which will be eventually used on the new generation models. This monster has 678 hp, 780 Nm torque, forged monolock titanium wheels, bolts and nuts will fully be done in titanium and boast the Pagani logo.”

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My Favorite Car

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Sometimes people ask me what my favorite car is. Its never an easy question to answer when I have so many cars that I love of so many different styles. Yet if I had to choose one favorite it would be the Pagani Zonda F.

I’m a man that loves details and craftsmanship. The Zonda F are those two words encapsulated in a supercar (plus they offer an option where you can get the car finished fully in unpainted dry carbon – always worth bonus points in my book).

(if you don’t click on this picture below and view in hi-res you better have a damn good excuse)

Zonda Interior

I’m giving you huge photos so I need to use some thumbs…This front view is another hi-res shot nicely showing off the lines and the aerodynamic design of the car.

Zonda Front

As a car lover you gotta love a great ass when you see one. This is the best automotive piece of ass out there.

Zonda Rear

A car with true quality and detail should look good at any angle. So lets put it to the test…have you ever been a better looking photo of a car with it’s exterior body cladding removed?

Zonda Underside

Sure a highly tuned LanEvo will beat it around Tsukuba perhaps, but this car has a level of quality that at closest comparison can be found in the bits and pieces of the top tuners like Amuse, and ASM, but can rarely be found in every nook and cranny of a complete car like this. And to think that this car was the vision of one man who owned a carbon fiber factory…Horacio Pagani, you are my hero.

Bonus shot of an unpainted carbon version on the ‘ring:

Pagani Zonda Carbon

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