A very rare example of the Pagani Zonda F has recently met its end on a road in Dubai after the driver has lost control of the wheel.
If on the Old Continent and over-seas we have supercar crashes involving Ferraris and Lamborghinis, things are different in Dubai because over there they are wrecking even hotter vehicles. According to the guys from Wrecked Exotics, the supercar in question, a very rare example of the Pagani Zonda F, finished in what seems to be a golden shade, has been crashed recently. Our source is stating that the driver of the exotic ride has sustained minor injuries but we have no clue on how the accident occurred, so if you know more on the topic than we do, please feel free to share.
The Pagani Zonda F is a rare supercar which has been put together in just 25 units. The model in question is taking its name from the Zonda Fangio (Juan Manuel Fangio, Formula One driver) and has been officially presented to the public during the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. The supercar has a new bodywork, with a revised front end, a new rear spoiler, aerodynamic vents, new side mirrors, optional carbon / ceramic brakes, Inconel exhaust system, alloy wheels and several other goodies. The most important part of the Zonda F is the 7.3 liter AMG V12 engine, which is capable of producing a total output of 594 HP (443 kW) at 6,150 rpm, and 759 Nm (560 lb-ft) of torque, available at 4,000 rpm.