Pagani Zonda R. Video Call

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It holds the slot as the poster child of the new generation…the kind of car that as a kid you dream of and as a man you dream to own. Unless you’re one of the lucky few around the world that can.

Just in case you are unaware of what this car is, the R is the current Zonda F model’s final edition as such now that the all new model from Pagani is on the way. The “R” features a 750bhp 6.0 V12 built by AMG and weighs in a faintly ridiculous 1,070kgs.

Pagani are saying that 80% of the Zonda’s components have been redesigned for the “R” version, and 16 examples were originally scheduled to be built, based on an original concept of an existing customer who wanted the ultimate track car. Not bad if you can afford it at a cost of well over £1 Million Euro a pop.

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