Saturday, 15 June 2013
Pagani Zonda Revolucion
The latest evolution of the brand’s beloved Zonda, Italian sports car manufacturer Pagani unveiled the final version of its brand new Pagani Zonda Revolucion to friends and clients at its Vanishing Point 2013 – the International Pagani event. Weighing just 2,358 lbs thanks to a carbon-titanium monocoque chassis, the Revolucion packs an insanely powerful 6.0-liter V12 under the hood – capable of 800 hp and 538 lb-ft of torque.
According to Pagani, the Revolucion’s six-speed sequential transmission allows drivers to shift between gears in as little as 20 milliseconds while a 12-step traction control system keeps the beast glued to the pavement as a tweaked ABS system allows for a variety of driving styles. Furthermore, the rear wing’s newly implemented Drag-Reduction-System can be operated both manually (via the steering wheel) and automatically, thus engaging two different downforce settings. Finally, a Brembo breaking system boasts F1-derived CCMR discs that are 15% lighter than previous CCM discs and are stiffer while offering lower operating temperatures, thus resulting in a longer life span.
Tailor-made for the track at Pagani’s San Cesario sul Panaro atelier and meant to offer pure speed at circuits across the globe, the Pagani Zonda Revolucion is now available for a cool $2.9 million USD.