Hammond drives the Zonda Cinque

Discussion in 'Videos and Sounds' started by Tipo F130A, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. #1 Tipo F130A, Jan 21, 2010
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    This is apparently from a Hammond DVD called Top Gear Uncovered, does anyone have the whole thing, or a link to it?

  2. One of the best cars ever made.

    Behind the McLaren F1LM of course <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
  3. hammond has a weird voice in that video.
  4. One of the most awesome vehicles ever made, and IMO the best high performance car made in the past decade.
  5. #6 Tipo F130A, Jan 21, 2010
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  6. #7 AMGrulz, Jan 21, 2010
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  7. He should shut up, he isn't clarkson and will never be no matter how hard he tries.

    Also clarkson is an obnoxious moron.
  8. The things I would do for that car...
  9. Would you be the submissive #%[email protected] in a 24 hour 24-man 0-women orgy?

    Wait, most of the people on here are #%$s, don't bother answering.
  10. you're shit
  11. you're shit
  12. #$%# off cocksucker
  13. In some ways I still like the F more.
  14. I still cant believe how awesome it sounds for something that only revs up to 7000-8000rpm.
  15. c12s > all other zonda's
  16. my ass
  17. Cinque (with Zonda F paintjob) > Zonda F

    But comon... who'd #$%#ing turn down any Zonda?
  18. What's a Zonda F paintjob? They came in whatever color they were ordered in.
  19. c12s was the best, because it wasn't #$%#ed up yet, the f had that stupid wing, and the cinque is just vulgair in every way.
  20. I much prefer the styling and detail of both the interior and the engine bay of the F compared to the C12S. Zondas have always had great build quality and attention to detail, but if you look back at pictures of the earliest ones now, you can really see how they've taken it to a higher level over the years.

    Look at the pictures, both look great, but the F practically slaps you in the face with it's level of detail and bespoke parts. It just looks like the company has arrived at the point where they can really build it to the standards they've always wanted to. Which is pretty much why Pagani actually gave it the Fangio name he originally wanted to use for his supercar.

    The Cinque on the other hand is something that was apparently somewhat reluctantly built due to customer demand, it's amazing, but almost too over the top styling wise, and replaces the manual with paddles, something Pagani apparently wasn't crazy about either. Also, losing the wood in the interior takes away from that feel of retro (60-70s) meets carbon fiber that the F has.
  21. ehhh it's a taste thing. I like the savagery/passion of it!
  22. Basically, anything but the Cinque colour scheme. <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
  23. Here's a Cinque of a different color, don't blame me for the crappy photo quality though.

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