Final Pagani Zonda Revolucion Delivered in Japan

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Number five of five comes with two tints of bare carbon fiber.

The fifth and final Pagani Zonda Revolucion has just beendelivered to Japan, after making an appearance at last month’s Geneva MotorShow. The car is finished in a one-off, two-tone carbon fiber finish, with barecarbon fiber and in natural color with a blue tint. It is alsodifferentiated by its black wheels and striking, bright blue brake calipers. Like the other cars in this series, this Zonda is powered by a Mercedes-AMG6.0-liter V-12 engine.

The sensational motor is good for 800 horsepower and 538lb-ft of torque. Mated to a six-speed magnesium transversal sequentialtransmission, it sends that staggering power to the car’s rear wheels. Theall-new Revolucion, introduced in 2013, rides on a carbon-titanium monocoquechassis and includes a new drag reduction system on the rear wing. Photographedby Prototype Zero, it is yet unclear who the car’s new owner is, yet it is clear he or she will be happy.

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