Say hello to the Pagani Zonda Revolucion – the most hardcore edition the company has ever built. And when you’re done, pay your respects and say goodbye to an automotive legend because the Revolucion is the very last Zonda the company will ever build.
The Zonda Revolucion uses the same naturally aspirated 6.0-litre Mercedes V12 engine that powers the Zonda R, but here it’s been beefed up with an extra 50bhp and 14lb-ft of torque, taking the totals to 789bhp and 583lb-ft. Power is transmitted to the wheels via a six-speed magnesium transversal and sequential gearbox that can switch ratios in 20 milliseconds.
The Pagani Zonda Revolucion is light, too. Thanks to carbotanium tub, it tips the scales at just 1,070kg, which is next to nothing in car terms. Its bodywork includes a new aero package consisting of lots of carbon fibre wings and flaps, and its rear wing is DRS (Drag Reduction System) enabled, so it should be able to shed downforce for higher top speeds.
What else? Better brakes, that’s what. The Pagani Zonda Revolucion has lighter, more powerful carbon ceramic brakes than the Zonda R, which should improve stopping power.
All of this doesn’t come cheap. The Revolution will rob you of £1.8 million plus taxes, but for that you do get a car that should topple the current Nurburgring lap time by a fair margin. Check out the pics below.
Pagani Zonda Revolucion Pictures