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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Zonda might look like this, if was born in late of '60s

It is very interesting when talking about the design of a supercar. After Turkish designer Oguz Sipahioglu wowed us with his vision of a Pagani Zonda built in the 1980s, now he brought us to see these Italian supercar further back in past time.
This would happen if the Pagani Zonda was made in the late of 1960s. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dJzTs)
This time in late of 1960s, when the retro Zonda would have been fighting against the 'original' supercar like the Lamborghini Miura that debuted at the Geneva Motor Show in 1966.

While there are some definite design similarities between the 'hypothetical' Zonda and the 'real' Miura, the Istanbul-based designer has great skills and done a fine job at maintaining distinct Pagani styling on the car. With this 1960s interpretation of the Pagani Zonda, he’s had to do more work to adapt the formula to the period.
Front three quarter of the Pagani Zonda of the late of 1960s. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dJzTs)
It’s slightly less recognizably a Zonda than the newer variant, but it’s probably the prettier of the two. What’s remarkable in the designer's achievement is that he’s managed to retain a Pagani-like feel to the design, meaning it doesn’t seem inspired by another manufacturer’s style.
Rear three quarter of the Pagani Zonda of the late of 1960s. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1dJzTs)
And you’d expect that with these kind of turning-back-the-clock hypothetical renderings. The result of undertaking something like Oguz has here can be disastrous, but we’re happy to report this, like the other, is a stunner too!
Again, it’s not all about the design as it’s also about the period look of the presentation. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BEHANCE]
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