4 Jun
The Italian built, AMG-powered racecar's last iteration

The car that built Pagani, the Zonda, is nearing the end of its life cycle with the the track-oriented Zonda Revolucion. The lightweight 2,358 lbs hypercar keeps its weight down due to a state-of-the-art carbon-titanium monocoque chassis, and is powered by an 800 hp, 538 lb-ft of torque 6.0L V12 sourced from the boys over at AMG. The niche Italian automaker says its six speed magnesium transversal and sequential gearbox will pull shifts in just 20 milliseconds, and will be slowed down by its Formula One-inspired Brembo CCMR discs. Featuring other goodies like a Bosch 12-step traction control system, reworked ABS and a manually operated  Drag-Reduction-System, the Pagani Zonda Revolucion will make for a very hard to beat pony on the racetrack. All you’ll need to do is score a cool $2.9 million and it’s yours.

More looks at the Pagani Zonda Revolucion Hypercar after the Jump…

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