Monday, January 19, 2009

Store A Pagani Zonda R In Your Living Room

Store A Pagani Zonda R In Your Living Room


The replacement for the Pagani Zonda is scheduled to arrive sometime next year. In order to commemorate this supercar Horacio Pagani has designed one more version. This newest version of the famous supercar – the Pagani Zonda R - was in development for 24 months and was built as a track only variant.

Only 10 of these lightweight supercars was produced and they each cost 1.4 million euro. The exterior of the Pagani Zonda R is built with carbon fiber with 10% of it coming from its predecessor. Underneath the hood is a six speed sequential gearbox and four aro spec fuel pumps that work to give the Mercedes AMG 6.0 liter V12 engine what it needs to run.

Pagani said that this engine allows the Zonda R to push out 750 horsepower at 8,000 rpm and 52 pound-ft of torque. It can rev from 0 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds and has a top speed of 248.54 mph. A carbon fiber intake system feeds air into the engine and an “F1 style” exhaust and Inconel manifold will release hydrocarbons and keep the temperature of the engine where it should be.

Pagani has stressed to the lucky few owners that this supercar is not street legal. The very first owner of the Zonda R is scheduled to be delivered and assembled into their living room. I suppose they are taking away the temptation to drive it on the road at the highest speeds that it can offer.


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