Spyshots: Pagani Zonda R Evo and Huayra

Last week, Pagani Automobili came to the Nurburgring track in Germany for a photo shoot involving the Huayra and a brand new version of their old car.
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This is the Pagani Zonda R Evo, the latest incarnation of a car that people thought was replaced by the Huayra. The Evo’s main advantage is the fact that it offers normally aspirated power, unlike its successor, 771 hp of it to be more precise. This is 21 horsepower more than the Zonda R, and enough to propel the car to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.7 seconds and a new top speed in excess of 351 km/h.

The Evo is expected to set a new Nurburgring lap time faster than that of the Zonda R, which sits at 6 minutes 47 seconds.

The car made its official debut over the weekend at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
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