Made for a Tokyo car collector (and named after his son), this is one of the more subtle Zonda 760s, if that’s even a thing. In terms of paint, you’ve got grey and carbon, with Italian flag stripes, which are amazing. The Oliver Evolution is the closest variant built to a road-going Zonda R. Unlike any other Zonda in the continuing 760-series, the Oliver Evolution’s wing is split into two and made entirely from carbon fiber. It is designed for max downforce on track.
The bespoke supercar is based on the 760 RS. Unlike other special edition Zondas, this 760 has a uniquely designed rear spoiler and was engineered by one of the world GT champions to generate the maximum downforce to give the ultimate grip on the circuit. The car was tested by the Toyota factory driver and GT500 champion Akira Iida on Fuji Speedway during the Pagani Raduno in Japan. Mr Iida commented the Zonda Oliver Evolution is the best handling and closest to the Zonda Evolution R road car he has ever driven.As expected the engine at the back isn’t the latest Huayra six-liter unit. Pagani installed a well known 7.3-liter V12. Obviously, for the Zonda 760 Oliver Evolution, the car develops 760hp. It is fast and loud. It is maybe, even more, insane than the Huayra cars.
The exterior is simply mind-blowing in gray and exposed carbon-fiber accents. Obviously, the car moves the boundaries of what we have thought is possible with the Zonda.