Driver crashes Pagani Zonda supercar and gets a $447,800 repair bill

Published by Andrew Christian @andrew4wheels Google+ | Monday August 30, 2010

Driver crashes Pagani Zonda supercar and gets a $447,800 repair bill

OK, let us make you a little resume: back in September, during a test-drive, a $746,300 (£500,000) Pagani Zonda was involved in a crash and the car has been sent for repair to Modena in Italy, where the vehicles are made. Now here is the big "joke": the repair bill for the car stopped at $447,800 (£300,000).

According to a Aviva insurance company spokesman, this is the biggest insurance payout they have had for repairs to a private car in the UK. And that's not all: the insurance company decided that the car can be repairable, although it was badly damaged. "There are roughly only 10 Zondas produced per year and they are painstakingly constructed." said the Aviva spokesman.






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