Check out the final variant of the Pagani Zonda as it sits at the Italian carmaker’s factory waiting to be unleashed.
The most extreme version of Pagani’s first baby, the Pagani Zonda Revolucion was unveiled last month. And thanks to Shmee150, we can now share the first video of the $2.8 million supercar in the metal fresh off the production line at the Pagani factory in San Cesario, Italy. Weighing just 2,360 pounds (which is lighter that an Mazda MX-5), with power coming from the ubiquitous AMG-built 6.0-liter V12 turned up to 800 hp and 550 lb-ft of torque, the Revolucion is a track-ready beast.
The chassis is made from Pagani’s carbon-titanium weave, the body is pure carbon-fiber, there’s an F1-style adaptive rear wing, and the six-speed sequential box has been re-calibrated to bring shift times to just 20 milliseconds. Only five will be made, four of which were sold at the recent Vanishing Point gathering.