Pagani has just unveiled the final version of the Zonda Revolucion to clients and family members during Vanishing Point 2013 - The International Pagani gathering. Presented as the apex of the celebration of performance, technology and art applied to a track car, the new Pagani Zonda Revolucion weighs only 1070 kg as the central monocoque is made from carbon-titanium.
Under the hood, we find an evolution of the Zonda R powerplant, a 6.0-liter V12 engine delivering 800 hp and 730 Nm of torque. Due to its reduced weight, the Pagani Zonda Revolucion has a power to weight ratio of 748 hp per tonne. The engine is mated to a power to weight ratio of 748 hp per tonne, while the traction control is developed by Bosch and features 12 different settings and a renewed ABS system which allows the driver to adapt the car to his driving style.
In terms of aerodynamics, the Zonda Revolucion features a DRS (Drag-Reduction-System) on the rear wing, new deflectors on the front bonnet, as well as a vertical stabilizer mounted on the rear bonnet. The DRS on the rear wing has two different operating modes and both of them can be activated by the driver at any time. The manual system is controlled with the DRS button on the steering wheel.
The rear wing changes between maximum and minimum downforce settings, at the occurrence of a lateral acceleration of + / - 0.8 g and a minimum speed of 100 km/h or 62 mph. If the driver is holding down the DRS for more than two seconds the system will work automatically according to the algorithms developed by the Pagani Automobili engineers during the development phase.
Behind the wheels we find the new Brembo braking system which adopts cutting edge F1-tecnology derived CCMR discs. The new CCRM discs are 15 percent lighter than the CCM discs and offer higher stiffness and lower operating temperatures on extreme track use. The price of the Pagani Zonda Revolucion is 2.2 million Euros plus taxes.