The Italian Pagani Zonda R is one of the most exclusive track-focused supercar in the world. Even though the standard Pagani Zonda has broken Nurburgring‘s records, it was never enough for some of Pagani’s more track-biased customers.
The new Zonda R is based on a Pagani Zonda but with several significant differences. At the foundation of its performance deception a 48-valve 6.0-litre V12 engine acquired from Mercedes-Benz AMG break. It kicks out 750hp (552kW) and limit torque rated at 710Nm. Reaching this right is a 6-hustle sequential gearbox from XTRAC which runs the big Pirelli P Zero rear 335/30/20 tyres. Front rubber dealings 255/35/19. Together they chuck the Zonda R from a durable thinking to 100km/h in 2.7 seconds. Top rate is estimated at over 350km/h. Carbon-ceramic Brembo brakes will put an immediate stop to the car if called winning.
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A main rooted for this stunning performance is the cheap burden. Pagani says the Zonda R’s unladen heap is just 1,070kg (2,359 lbs). To make this ensue the engineers constructed the body out of carbon-backbone and titanium. Many parts were abridged in credence to achieve the preferred magnitude. Even screws used are constructed from titanium. Light as it is the Zonda R is no small car. It trial 4.89 metres in length, 2 metres in width, one metre high and has a wheelbase of 2.79 metres.
Aerodynamics are superior by using adjustable suspension and wing configuration. A new fedora, congested underbody and rear air diffuser form part of the battery against performance-sapping external air.
The Zonda R is built in a narrow production run and sold at a charge of 1.460.000 Euro ($1.87 million) plus taxes.