It is a known fact that Pagani is working on the successor of the current Zonda line-up. The Pagani C9 test mule has been spotted numerous times around the world. One of the test mules was spotted again, this time near Stuttgart, Germany placed on top of a transport back to the work shop.
Unfortunately, there is a downside. Our keen eyes spotted some interesting new body work and wheel displacement. Exactly, this C9 test mule crashed! It happened at 10am today, on the Autobahn B14, overpass near the Mercedes-Benz factory!! It is unknown what happened but if you look closely at the road setup, it seems logical to believe the driver lost control of the test car.
Such a shame to see a hypercar like this…
Update: We added a picture of the skid marks on the Autobahn B14 where the test mule crashed against the guide rail.
Why do you think that it is a C9 prototype but not a Zonda simply?
Check the rims and the sticker at the front… It resembles the vehicle spotted before.
Thanks for the clarification!
parts of the B14 have unlimited Topspeed….. xD
I have a problem.
In Germany the B roads are nor Autobahn but Bundesstraße. Their speed limit is 100km/h. They can have more than one lane but they are never limited over 100km/h and in urban areas their are often more strickly limited.
the b14 around stuttgart is limited to 100/120km/h.bundesstraße can be unlimited if they have a guide rail in the middle.
No I’m not agree with you.
I often drive in Germany because I live near the Baden-Wurtenberg and the only roads I’ve ever see unlimited are the A or Autobahn!
I never saw an B road which was unlimited!
the b29 near the b14 is unlimited,there you can drive as fast as you want.i live in baden-württemberg near waiblingen
mmh i’m confused because of google maps ;). Of course i ment the “Autobahn” from Stuttgart to Singen, which passes the MB Factory! (In Google Maps there are 3 diffrent numbers on it including a “14” maybee they see it as a “Autobahn” and “Bundesstraße” at the same time ?!)
and by the way check out the aticle where it says, and i quote: “on the Autobahn B14”
also check this pics that definitly show a “Autobahn” :