Horacio Pagani just can’t stop creating extra special editions of his Pagani Zonda super sports car. The most recent of these is the Zonda RAK, which follows the footsteps of the Uno Zonda and the HH. No, it’s not in any way related to Bumblebee or Michael Bay, although it is equally as larger than life as those two are.
Being a special edition Zonda, it’s no surprise that it has got a
7.3-liter V12 AMG engine breathing under its rear end. Its maximum
horsepower is rated at around 702hp, allowing it to sprint from zero to
100mph in barely over three seconds. Keeping the throttle fully
depressed, you can reach up to 350kmh, that is if you find enough open
road and the guts to do it.
With that kind of power comes a great deal of fuel consumption,
namely 19.4 liters for every 100 kilometers. For the environmentally
wary, the RAK puts out 463g of CO2 into the atmosphere via its quad
tailpipes. But of course, if you were into saving the environment, you
wouldn’t think twice about not getting something as extravagant as the
RAK, let alone the base Zonda.
Interested? Well then you can go ahead and get in touch with
Autosalon Singen in Germany. They’ve got the one-off Zonda tucked away
with merely 90 kilometers on its odometer. Make sure you have at least
2.5 million dollars at hand. Otherwise, keep your eyes on the gallery
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