If you own a Pagani, you've done something right.
And, you clearly have out of the ordinary taste.
Now if you own TWO Paganis, well, you're just off the charts. In a good way.
One of these rare individuals is Peter Read, who is a member of the Goodwood Road Racing Club. In this relatively short video he puts both of his gems on the track to go through both vehicles and compare them.
While this may seem fruitless as they're so rare and expensive, it actually provides some insight into how both cars are quite different. Though they're extraordinary products with amazing levels of detail, it's interesting to see how straightforward the Zonda was — this example is a 2005 model year — and how the Huayra has upped the small volume automaker's game. Note the more technologically advanced cabin, dual-clutch transmission, forced induction V12 AMG-sourced powerplant.
There's a bunch of ways to slice this video — e.g., new vs. old, the advancement of a once unknown automaker and which model is the more fun to drive — but I'll just let Read take it away.
Goodwood Road Racing Club (GRRC) member Peter Read owns a Pagani Huayra AND a Pagani Zonda, so we couldn't resist inviting him to the circuit to film his two Paganis on track. This is the first time these two cars have ever been on track together with their amazing engine sound and exhaust noise (a little muted by the wet weather), and the cars look as magnificent as you'd expect.