Video: Pagani C9 Prototype Road Testing in Italy

YouTube user Marchettino has managed to capture the Pagani C9 prototype on video, while road testing in Italy near Pagani facility in San Cesario sul Panaro. The car is still heavily disguised, but we can clearly see the overall proportions and center quad-exhaust mounted high on the back end of the car. Plus we get to HEAR this new Pagani supercar accelerate few times.

The C9 is code name for the next-generation Zonda model that according to different reports will be called either Deus Venti, which means “god of the winds” in Latin or Huayra, which means “wind” in the ancient South American language of Quechua.

The Deus Venti or Huayra is powered by a bespoke 6.0-litre V12 AMG power plant with around 700bhp and 1000 Nm of torque.


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