Synonymous to the name “Pagani” since automotive engineer Horacio Pagani started his eponymous firm back in 1992, the Zonda Revolucion supercar seen here will mark the end to the Zonda model line. Unveiled during this week’s Vanishing Point 2013: The International Pagani Gathering, the Zonda Revolucion features a 6.0-liter V12 engine built by Mercedes-AMG performance division. With an output of 800 horsepower, coupled with 730 Nm of torque and a new 6-speed gearbox, the Revolucion might just be the fastest Zonda to-date since its introduction in 1999. Thanks to its carbon fiber-titanium monocoque chassis and new ABS with CCMR brake discs by Brembo, the Revolucion might also be the lightest with only 1,070 kg in weight, versus 1,210 kg of previous Zonda iterations.
This isn’t just a supercar with unruly power, however. Engineers at Pagani customized special front deflectors, a vertical stabilizer along the rear cover, as well as a Drag Reduction System on the rear wing to further improve aerodynamic efficiency. With a push of a button, driver can customize downforce setting or let the on-board computer do the adjustments. Working along side Bosch, Pagani will introducing a new traction control unit, with 12 different settings, with the Revolucion edition.
Each custom-made to buyer’s specifications at Pagani’s Atelier in San Cesario sul Panaro, the Zonda Revolucion will be available through a very limited production run with each priced at €2.2 Million Euros, or around $2,880,000 USD.