What you are seeing is the final Pagani Zonda Revolucion on stage at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. All five examples are now made and spoken for, bringing an end to the Zonda lineup for the brand. Will the future hold something even better?
This is the 5th and final Zonda in the Revolucion line, which brings the Pagani Zonda era to a close. The last Zonda supercar will go to a lucky buyer in Japan.
The Pagani Zonda Revolucion will not be seen on the streets, as it is a track only car. It cannot be registered for road use in any country I am aware of, and does not follow any motorsport regulations. That means it rolls to the revving of its own drums and is simply a package of pure innovation and awesome.
Under the hood of the Pagani Zonda Revolucion:
- 6.0-liter AMG V12 engine mated to a six-speed sequential gearbox
- Unique carbon-titanium monocoque chassis
- Track-tuned suspension
- 800 horses
- 538 pound-feet of torque
- With a shapely curb weight of just 2,360 pounds, she makes most supercars envious. The Koenigsegg One exempt, of course, with her perfect power-to-weight ratio of just…well…one.
- All of this is topped off with an F1 inspired Drag Reduction System. Yes.
The Zonda Revolucion is a fitting farewell to the Zonda line, which first emerged at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show. It also packed a 6.0-liter V12 and increased pulses.
The Pagani Zonda lineup includes the following models:
- Zonda C12
- Zonda S
- Zonda S 7.3
- Zonda Roadster
- Zonda F
- Zonda Roadster F
- Zonda Cinque
- Zonda Cinque Roadster
- Zonda Tricolore
- Many special editions