Pagani brought its stunningly impressive fifth and final Zonda Revolucion to the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. With this, the production of the Zonda line of supercars has come to an end. Pagani claims that this car would really be the last Zonda ever.
The original Zonda started a supercar revolution in the 2000s and helped Pagani establish its foothold in the space occupied by Porsche, Ferrari and Lamborghini.
This fifth Zonda Revolucion, with a blue tinted clear carbon fiber main body, will go to a lucky buyer in Japan.
The interior follows the same unique theme as the exterior, with blue leather and suede racing seats and blue anodized fittings to jazz up the interior.
Here are some of its striking features:
- With a blend of carbon and titanium, the Zonda Revolucion tips the scales at 1070kg (2,358 lb).
- It has a custom tweaked 6.0 liter AMG Mercedes V12 capable of developing 800 hp and 538 lb. ft (730 Nm) of torque.
- It has a power-to-weight ratio of 748 hp per ton or 1.34 kg/hp.
- The Revolucion has a top speed of 350 km/h (217 mph).
- It features a six-speed sequential gearbox with a 20-millisecond shift times
- This mighty machine has a carbon-titanium monocoque chassis, track-tuned suspension, carbon ceramic brakes by Brembo and active aerodynamics complete with a Formula One-inspired DRS (Drag-Reduction-System).
- The Zonda Revolucion had a price tag of $3 million.