New Pagani Zonda Tricolore Special Edition to Debut in Geneva

Before the new Pagani C9 makes its debut later this year, the Italian supercar maker is sending off the current Zonda with a one-off special-edition model called the Zonda Tricolore.

Before the new Pagani C9 makes its debut later this year, the Italian supercar maker is sending off the current Zonda with a one-off special-edition model called the Zonda Tricolore.

The most noticeable part of the new Zonda Tricolore is the distinct, semi-transparent-blue paint job that gives onlookers an eyeful of the carbon fiber underneath. The car’s name comes from its tribute to the Italian air force, seen in the aforementioned jet-fighter color scheme and inclusion of red, green and white striping.

The Tricolore is based upon the Zonda Cinque, Pagani’s ultra-high-performance, street-legal version, and is powered by the same 678 hp 7.3-liter V12 engine. That engine pushes the Tricolore to 62 in just 3.4 seconds while a set of Brembo brakes reverse that chain (62 to 0) in just 2.1 seconds.

Only one example of new Pagani Zonda Tricolore will be built and it’s expected to fetch $1.75 million. [via EgmCarTech]

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