Spy photographers were able to make a few photos of new 2010 Pagani Zonda F prototype at American country street with only a few small pieces of camouflage. Although the badges were roofed in black cartridge, there was no suspicion they were looking at the 2010 Pagani Zonda F.
Up front, this next-generation Zonda F will get an all-new front clip. In back, the rear sector panels have been re-sculpted to permit for significantly enlarged airflow. The rear diffuser has also been redesigned and there is a perfectly new air scrape that firewood up from the inner of the engine wrapping.
Inside, we can see the “Zonda F” nameplate above numerous toggle switches. Other than a new shifter, we don’t see any major interior changes. This Pagani has absolutely huge 335/30/ZR20 Pirelli Pzero Rosso tires in back and 255/35/ZR19 tires in front. Sitting inside the wheels are likewise huge carbon ceramic brake rotors.
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Pagani sure wants to keep the motor a furtive as the plain engine compartment panels were enclosed with black record. Judging from the new, larger air intakes on this prototype, whichever motor resides under the protect obviously desires more airflow than the Mercedes AMG 7.3L V8 found in the flow Zonda F.
There rumors of the 5.4L supercharged V8 from the McLaren SLR 722 or perhaps the bi-turbo V12 from the newly debuted Mercedes SL65 AMG Black string providing motivation for the Zonda F. Whatever the motor, it should be good for 600-700hp. The Zonda F should shrink production sometime in the first half of 2009. If you want one, view on a penalty tag of at slightest $650,000.