The world is continually improving; enhancing designs and making improvements. Engineers are often faced with tasks like how to make things better and more efficient. Such is the case with car industry as well! It’s been fourteen long years since first Zonda SuperCar was presented to the world. During these fourteen years, many improvements have been made and all that has led to this final act; The Pagani Zonda Revolucion. The famous car’s production is being discontinued by Pagani with this one last ace up the sleeve of Horatio Pagani, the car designer.
This last model is expected to have long lasting impression on the world. A total of 23 improved models of Zonda cars have been made ever since its first supercar debut in 1999. Pagani’s cars are known to walk a very thin line between track and street. This final episode, the last piece, lives up to its predecessors’ fame. Zonda Revolución, according to Pagani, is a ‘car designed to amaze both on the track and in a car collection’. Revolución will be generating an Hp of 800, thanks to the 6.0 L Mercedes AMG V12 engine. Performance details have yet not been released, but we sincerely hope that it will beat its predecessor’s record of 0-62 Mph in 2.7 seconds and will surpass Zonda R as far as the performance goes.
Revolución will come in artistically sculpted carbon fiber body with a carbon-titanium monocoque. A perfect complement to its powerful engine, don’t you think? However, what we find most amazing is its active aerodynamics system which can be modified by the driver by push of a button! The Drag Reduction System (DRS) can be used to increase the down force on higher speeds and the car’s smart system will calculate correct angle for the car’s stabilizers so that performance is never in jeopardy and your car is in control. What more can you ask of your car?