Twenty year old Pagani Zonda Fantasma Evo with carbon fiber bodyMarch 3, 2019
20 years – so much time Pagani represents the Zonda hypercar and this car has a rich history for almost two decades of its life.
Although the production of the Zonda ended in 2017 with the HP Barchetta, there are a few unique things that were made from the 760 series. One of them is the precisely named Zonda Fantasma, which literally means “ghost” in Italian.
Although Fantasma has a very interesting story of its own, subsequent events leading up to its remake are equally interesting – and there is no better way to hear the story than directly from its owner in Hong Kong.
In the video at the bottom of this page, you can see the film “Fantasma Evo”, shot by the Seen Through Glass team. The owner’s name is John Hui, and although he didn’t want to appear in front of the camera, he was kind enough to share the story of Fantasma Evo in his own voice.
Zonda Fantasma Evo was introduced in 2017. This is one of the versions of Fantasma that was converted into Metallic Orange 760 with chassis No. 53, which crashed in 2012. As a rebuilt model, Fantasma introduced a carbon fiber body with a reddish brown trim and outlines with a tricolor.
The rebuilt version was not enough for John Hui. Instead, he sent Fantasma back to Pagani and asked them to make it more hardcore, to be worthy of the name of Evo. Result? More carbon, manual transmission and a whole new world of perfection Zonda.
The car may not be new, but the Fantasma Evo remains a welcome hypercar for 760 horsepower with a rich history.
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