Pagani releases a final version of the Zonda Revolucion
Probably this news has been written before, but here it goes again, and this may be the final version of Pagani Zonda, which now is named also Revolucion.
Zonda Revolucion can be briefly described as an evolution of the Zonda R. The central monocoque structure is built in a mixture of carbon fiber and titanium, and the whole car weighs in at featherweight 1,070 pounds. The six-liter V12 engine from AMG has been trimmed to a total of 810 horsepower and 730 newton meters.
The six-speed sequential gearbox is built in magnesium and can shift gears in just 20 milliseconds. Bosch has developed an electronic stability control system with no less than 12 different settings. Pagani has also fingered the aerodynamics by installing new wings in the front and a vertical spoiler that runs between the passenger compartment and the rear spoiler to increase directional stability. On all four wheels are new CCMR-discs that are designed for Formula 1 and is 15 percent lighter than Zondas old CCM discs. According to Pagani, the new brake discs provide full braking power up to four times longer than the previous ones and also provide more stopping power.
Pagani does not mention how many copies of the Zonda Revolucion to be built but the price will be 2.2 million euros, plus taxes.