Even if we saw it in multiple forms, Zonda by Pagani seems to be an amazing vehicle.
In one of his visits to home land Argentina, Horacio Pagani- the brand founder- said that Zonda’s replacement was called C9.
The chassis of C9 will be made from carbon fiber and titanium with a NHTSA crash test standards following to that the car to be sold in U.S.
The supercar will have a twin-turbocharged 6.0-liter V-12 feature found on Mercedes-Benz cars, including the S600 and AMG’s 65-series models. In what concerns power, it should be in the realm of 690 hp and 737 lb-ft of torque.
Consequently, Zonda’s production will stop in September, allowing Italians to produce C9. Pagani staff hopes to built around 40 cars annually with a price of $1.3 million each car.
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