Pagani Zonda Tricolore

It seems like Pagani just can't get enough of the Zonda. Before it's replaced by the upcoming C9, Pagani has released the special one-off Tricolore edition at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. Priced at about $1.75 million, it was built to honor the Frecce Tricolori, which is the Italian air force's aerobatics team. It's constructed from a special carbon-titanium material that's painted clear blue with red, white, and green racing stripes sweeping down across the front hood on each side.

Pagani also added LED lights in order to make their final Zonda - literally! - the most beautiful and exotic ever built. It's a fitting tribute to both the aerobatics team and the Zonda. Expect performance to be equal to the Zonda Cinque.

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