A video uploaded on YouTube and showing one of the most exclusive supercars that money can buy, the Pagani Zonda Cinque special edition, cruising the streets and its driver probably having the time of his life, is once again making our news and, hopefully, making your day.
The Pagani Zonda has the “classic” recipe of success, being a mid-engined Italian sports car, which debuted back in 1999, being assembled in Modena and powered by a V12, which was 6.0 liter until 2000, becoming 7.0 liter for two years, and since 2002, the supercar is equipped with a 7.3 liter engine, mated to a six-speed semi-automatic transmission.
The Zonda Cinque is actually a combination between the Zonda F and the Zonda R, creating a road-going track-day car. The Cinque has been made at request of the Hong Kong-based Pagani dealer and only five units left the production line, being available for its wealthy customers for 1 million GBP.
The Zonda Cinque has a new six-speed sequential gearbox which results in shifts taking less than 100 milliseconds, accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.4 seconds, thanks to its total output of 678 BHP.
You can watch the exclusive Pagani Zonda Cinque video below. Enjoy!