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]