Having debuted at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, the Zonda F was a significant leap forward for the small automaker in terms of reengineering an already impressive machine. It has a lot in common with its predecessor, the S 7.3, but with a number of performance improvements. The aerodynamic settings can be changed as the driver finds a comfortable setting that allows for maximum performance at high speeds, but Pagani says 215 mph offers the best handling.
Still, the company claims the car has a top speed of 220 mph and it lapped the famed Nurburgring track in just 7 minutes and 27.82 seconds - beating the Porsche Carrera GT. With a car this unique, they just had to go ahead and limit to production to a mere 25 units. On top of that, none of them will meet US fuel and safety standards. Perhaps not everything can be within reach of American drivers, but as Pagani develops, let's hope their cars will arrive stateside.