One of the big surprises at the recent Goodwood Festival of Speed was the public debut of the Pagani Zonda R Evoluzione. There has been no official word on the car and it did not even appear in the event's entry list. As the name suggests, however, we understand it to be an evolution of the highly acclaimed Zonda R. Included in the changes are a revised body complete with an engine-cover mounted fin and an updated engine, which is believed to be good for 760 bhp. The example at Goodwood was one of the original factory prototypes, so it could very well be that the fifteen existing examples can be upgraded to the latest specification. We used the opportunity to capture the Evoluzione in full detail, which was piloted up the hill by touring car ace Bernd Schneider.
Another new car that starred at the Festival of Speed was the Chevron GT3. Based on the GR8 introduced in 2010, this Chevron is powered by a bespoke V6. Displacing 3.5 litre, it produces around 420 bhp. It has already shown its worth in the British national GT series and pending on receiving full homologation, it could also become a front-runner in the various international GT3 series. At Goodwood, the Chevron GT3 proved to be the fastest car in the 'shoot out' in the hands of Anthony Reid.

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2012 Chevron GT3 - Images, Specifications and Information

2012 Pagani Zonda R Evoluzione - Images, Specifications and Information