In this video Marchettino takes you inside the Pagani factory to have a look at the last of the 5 Zonda Revolucion to be produced.
When Pagani first unveiled the Revolucion they called it the “final version” of the Zonda that Horacio and his team would build, and they have certainly gone out with a bang.
Horacio Pagani formerly managed Lamborghini’s composites, founded Pagani Composite Research in 1988. In 1991 Pagani established Modena Design to meet the increasing demand for his design, engineering, and prototyping services. In 1992, he began construction of a Fangio F1 prototype which would eventually be called the Zonda C12 where it was first presented at the 1999 Geneva Motorshow.
Based on the Zonda R and priced at over $2.8 million, the Zonda Revolucion is a track-only car powered by a 6 litre V12 AMG Mercedes engine, developing 8oo horsepower and 730 Nm (538 lb-ft) of torque giving the car a power to weight ratio of 748 hp per tonne. Attached to that powerhouse is the six-speed magnesium transversal sequential gearbox which can change gears in 20 milliseconds.
The last of the 5 Revolucion’s is different to the other 4 and has been finished in a naked blue carbon fibre body with black wheels, And if this truly is the last of the Zonda’s then what a wonderful finish to an awesome collection of super cars.