Pagani Zonda Revolucion on the track with naturally-aspirated 800bhp is just epic [video]

No more special or final editions. The last Pagani Zonda has left the factory, meaning the small Italian automaker currently has only one model in production – the Huayra.

The last Zonda made is the fifth of the Zonda Revolucion special edition series, featuring a two-tone exterior with plenty of visible carbon fibre and blue accents.

Priced at 2.2M EUR (£1.83M), the Pagani Zonda Revolucion us powered by a naturally-aspirated AMG V12 6.0-litre engine delivering an insane 800bhp and 538 lb-ft of torque linked to magnesium-built six-speed gearbox which needs just 20ms to change gears.

Other updates compared to the more “standard” Zonda’s include two-mode DRS, CCMR Brembo brakes, new ABS and revised aerodynamics.

In the video below you get to see the Zonda Revolucion in action at the Circuito San Martino del Lago in Cremona, Italy, while the second video tours the Pagani factory to see how the last Zonda Revolucion is built.


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