Back in 1999 the Pagani Zonda was born. A bonkers Italian supercar that reminded us very much of Lamborghini during the 80’s. Powered by AMG and globally loved by all, the small firm defied the odds and today rubs shoulders with such greats as Ferrari. The Zonda’s successor, the Huayra, is now on the roads and that means it is finally time to say goodbye to the zany Italian that became a legend.
After multiple special editions, this Pagani Zonda Revolucion is the very last Zonda. This monster is based upon the Zonda R but thanks to some tinkering of its 6.0 litre V12 it now produces 800HP. That power is sent to the rear wheels via a 6 speed sequential gearbox that can change gear in just 20 milliseconds. The aerodynamics of the car have also been revised and now includes a Formula One inspired DRS that alters the rear wing to reduce drag.
Want one? Of course you do… The privilege will set you back £2,300,000.