The fifth Pagani Zonda Revolucion has just arrived at its new home in Japan. While this Zonda Revolucion is indeed number 5 of 5, it is actually the third example produced and was shown at the Geneva Motor Show 2014 last month.
The Pagani Zonda Revolucion was originally introduced at the Vanishing Point 2013 event. It is underpinned by a carbon-titanium monocoque and most of the parts are brand new and are not carried over from the Zonda, including entirely new front and rear subframes. The Pagani Zonda Revolucion gets a new DRS (Drag Reduction System) on the rear wing.
The engine is a race-bred 6.0-liter V12 Mercedes-AMG unit, an evolution of other V12 engines used in earlier Pagani Zonda models. Total output is up to 800 hp and 730 Nm of torque. It uses a 6-speed magnesium transversal, sequential gearbox to transfer to power to the ground via the rear wheels. The Bosch traction control system has a staggering 12 different settings and the ABS system gets a complete overhaul.
Helping to really differentiate this Pagani Zonda Revolucion from the other’s produced is its combination of bare carbon fiber and bare, blue tinted carbon fiber. It also features black wheels and bright blue brake calipers.
It is not yet known if this Zonda Revolucion has been delivered to Japan because its owner lives there or if it is being temporarily for advertising and display purposes.
[Via Prototype Zero]