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Pagani To Build One-Off Zonda HH Supercar


The Italian carmaker Pagani has received an order from an American customer to build a unique model named the Zonda HH.

The vehicle will be a symbiosis between the Zonda F Roadster and the Cinque and it will feature all the best components the manufacturer has to offer at the moment. 

The car will be mostly covered in a shade of blue named Monterey Blue, as the customer stated on TeamSpeed forums
: "The color is likely going to be Monterey Blue or a close variety of that. I've wanted a Lamborghini in that color since forever, but it never came to pass, so now I'm trying it on the Zonda."

The model will be powered by the  7.3-liter AMG V-12 engine also powering the Cinque and which develops 680 horsepower at 6,400 rpm and a total 575 pound-feet of torque. The future owner, however, asked for a conventional manual gearbox instead of a paddle one.

The car will also feature center-lock wheels with Pirelli PZero tires, a new ceramic coated titanium exhaust system derived from Formula 1, a locking diff, carbon-ceramic brakes and a carbon titanium tub, which is stronger and 30 percent lighter than a pure carbon fiber one, bringing the weight of the car down to just 2,670 pounds, about the same as the Cinque.

Based on these figures we can expect the performance level to be around that of the Cinque, which means 0-62 mph in 3.4 seconds, 0-125 mph in 9.6 seconds and a top speed of about 219 mph.

The price of the car hasn't been announced and it probably never will, but it's a safe bet that it is well over the $1 million mark.     

[Zonda HH via Teamspeed]

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