So you want one of the world’s most exclusive supercars, and you want something hand-made, but the typical Italian exotics just don't do it for you? Well, then the Pagani Zonda Cinque is just the ticket. Still not exclusive enough? You need the new Zonda Cinque Roadster.

The Pagani road car model range would not be complete without a Roadster version of the Zonda Cinque, and like its Coupe sibling it’s also created in the Modenese Atelier in a limited production run of merely five exclusive pieces.

The new Roadster is essentially the same as the Coupe, although the carbon-titanium chassis has been redesigned for the compensation of a missing roof. Despite the modifications, the car tips the scales at just 1,210kg.

Whether you opt for a relaxed country drive in Tuscany's hills, visiting Florence and other centers of the Italian Renaissance, or a record hunt at the Nurburgring, this €1.3 million ($1.8 million) jewel will reward with every day driveability and ultimate performance thanks to the different drive modes of the newly developed sequential robostized gearbox and a fully adjustable suspension setup.

Powered by a slightly detuned version of the 7.3L V12 engine found in other Zondas that produces 678hp (505kW) and 575lb-ft (780Nm) of torque, the Cinque makes the run from 0-62mph in just 3.4 seconds and has a top speed of over 200mph.

Other goodies include an Inconel and titanium exhaust system, 19 and 20in forged aluminum wheels, Pirelli PZero tires, carbon-ceramic Brembo brakes, and carbon-fiber seats with leather trim.


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