“A perfect marriage of science and passionate art.”
Pagani have brought the stunningly epic Zonda Revolucion to grace its stand at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
However certain portions of this track-going beast such as the dive planes, wheel arch extensions, and rear brake cooling intakes have been left in bare clear-coated carbon fiber, in order to highlight its raw technical beauty.
Just to recap, the Zonda Revolucion is a further enhanced version of the Zonda R, boasting 800Bhp from its 6 Liter V12 engine and even more extreme aerodynamics. The wing is now equipped with DRS capability with both manual, and automatic operating modes in conjunction with Pagani’s own engineered algorithms.
Its sequential manual gearbox fires flat shifts through in a scintillating 20 milliseconds, while the Bosch-developed traction control system boasts 12 settings to help each individual driver tailor it to suit their driving style.
The interior follows the same unique theme as the exterior, with blue leather and suede racing seats and blue anodized fittings helping to brighten up an interior otherwise covered in plenty of bare carbon fiber, in line with its purpose as a dedicated track car.
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