Pagani Zonda

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The Pagani Zonda is a mid-engined sports car produced by Pagani in Italy. It debuted in 1999, and production ended in 2011. As of June 2009, 206 Zondas had been built, including test mules. Both 2-seat coupe and convertible versions have been produced. Construction is mainly of carbon fiber.

Some of the early Zonda engineering was done by Formula One champion Juan Manuel Fangio. The car was originally to be named the "Fangio F1" after him but, following his death in 1995, it was renamed for an air current above Argentina.


Zonda C12

The Zonda C12 debuted at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show. It was powered by a Mercedes-Benz M120 V12 engine producing at 5200 rpm and at 3800 rpm mated to a 5-speed manual transmission gearbox.

Just five of the original 6.0 L Zondas were built, though it was still available in 2002 when the C12 S debuted. One was used for crash testing, while another was a demonstrator and show car. The remainder were delivered to customers during the next three years, priced at US$320,000.

The C12 could accelerate to in 4.2 seconds and hit in 9.2 seconds. Acceleration through the quarter mile was 12.2 seconds at . Lateral acceleration on the skidpad was 0.93 g, and the car could brake from in .

Zonda S

The Zonda S uses a AMG–tuned version of the engine producing 550 PS (405 kW/542 hp). It can accelerate to in 3.7 secs, to in 7.5 secs and complete the quarter mile in...
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