Only five examples were originally built.
Back in 2013, Pagani gave the Zonda a send-off with the insane track-only Zonda Revolucion. Of course, we all know that Pagani keeps resurrecting the Zonda for owners willing to pay big bucks for bespoke one-off commissions. Only five examples of the Zonda Revolucion were built, each based on the track-only Zonda-R. Now, one of them is being converted into a road-legal weapon with the help of Lanzante.
If Lanzante sounds familiar, the British racing specialist is best known for its street-legal conversions of the McLaren P1 GTR. Lanzante also recently launched the LM 25 collection based on seven McLarens to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the McLaren F1 GTR winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
According to GT Spirit, the owner of Russian tuning firm TopCar recently acquired the fourth Pagani Zonda Revolucion ever built and is enlisting Lanzante to make it road legal.
No details about the conversion have been released yet, but we're expecting modifications to be made to the Pagani Zonda Revolucion's suspension to make it more comfortable to drive on the road. To make it road-legal, turning signals and a license plate holder will also be required. The interior already appears to have been modified with more comfortable leather seats, so it looks like work on the conversion has already started.
As a reminder, the limited-edition Pagani Zonda Revolucion is powered by an AMG-sourced 6.0-liter naturally aspirated V12 producing 830 hp and 538 lb-ft of torque, paired with a six-speed sequential transmission sending power to the rear wheels. Thanks to extensive use of carbon fiber and titanium, the Zonda Revolution weighs only 2,360 pounds, while the car's aggressive F1-inspired aero keeps it glued to the track.
Originally, the Zonda Revolucion commanded a price tag of $2.8 million, but it isn't known how much the owner paid to make it road-legal or if it will be sold to the public. We can't wait to see how this project progresses.