Pagani to Launch €2.2 Million Zonda Revolucion Model

By Paul Joseph

Italian sports car makers Pagani are to launch a new addition to their stable of models featuring the ultra-light material carbon-titanium.

Called the Zonda Revolucion and designed by the Italian brand’s eponymous owner Horacio Pagani, the luxury supercar’s carbon-titanium monocoque helps keeps the car weight down to just 2,358 pounds

The car also remains loyal to Pagani’s traditions, featuring a 6.0 litre V12 Mercedes AMG engine producing 800 hp, while this impressive power is combined with a six speed magnesium transversal and sequential gearbox capable of changing gears in just 20 milliseconds.

Other notable features include CCMR disc brakes, said to be lighter than its predecessor’s and able to operate at cooler temperatures, as well as several high tech components including DRS (Drag Reduction System) which changes the downforce settings of the rear wing to achieve improved stability.

The Zonda Revolucion is available priced at €2.2 million (£1.87m), before taxes.

Pagani Automobili S.p.A was founded by Horacio Pagani in 1992.

By Paul Joseph