Pagani rips the lid off its Cinque...

Discussion in 'European Cars' started by nick11, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. new favorite car
     
  2. I don't really care about any of that, I still see awesome cars. But whatever, that's just me.
     
  3. sure it is, laddy. sure it is.
     
  4. raging bull is the sole reason kseggs are dissed here. they really don't deserve it. that said though, they aren't quite as... say.. striking as a pagani. design isn't as mad and fit and finish isn't so lovingly adorned. now pagani went the lambo route of hypercar podium finish, and I don't think that kind of radicalism is called for again.

    in any case, about this zonda. it's pretty wild, but I feel like I've seen it all before. it's become a bit like golaž. warm it over again and again and it's still very good.. but it's still golaž.

    pagani golaž.
     
  5. Who the #$%# are you?
     
  6. 2998ccCSL on my wifey's account
     
  7. I could guess lih.
     
  8. Is your real account banned, 2987ccCDI?
     
  9. Versions:

    C12
    C12S
    C12S Roadster
    F
    F Roadster
    R
    Cinque
    Cinque Roadster

    From one C12S, Carsport America developed a racing version called the GR.
    The Monza was basicly some kind of One Off, for a customer who wanted a more extreme/racetrack version o the C12S.
    Still we have the new PS, another One Off. And it will not be the only one... ;-)

    Replacement: coming, coming, just be patient.... ;-)
     
  10. Oh yeah, I forgot about the Monza, I can't wait to see this replacement model though.
     
  11. I think that the C12S dindn't had the roadster version. You're also missing the the C12S 7.2 and C12S 7.2 Roadster.
     
  12. Don't consider engine upgrades, basicly cylinder heads and short block are the same since the C12.

    The engine displacement was initially a 6.0l, then raised to 7.0 on the first 4 Zonda S, till it reached the final value of 7.3l.
    For C12S i consider both the 7.0l and the 7.3l.

    C12 was built in only 7, with chassis #76001 used for crash tests. Of all the remaining cars, the only one which hasn't received any upgrades is a yellow swiss registered C12, featuring chassis #76003.

    First Zonda S 7.0l ever delivered has chassis #76008, year was 2000, and also happens to be the only Zonda which has been registered in the USA. Grey with blue interiors, ex Banny Caiola's car, now owned by mr Robert L. Forstner, boss of Lamborghini Stuttgart.
    Saw this very special Zonda S at the recent Vanishing Point in Tuscany, still many thanks to Mr Forstner, he was so kind to let me sit inside it. 10th Zonda in my long career with those cars... :p

    The S Roadster came only with the C12S. 2004. First Roadster S features chassis #76035, swiss registered.

    Zonda F was introduced in the end of 2005 with chassis #76051, italian registered, now about to hit 80.000 km!
    Was later followed by the Roadster F. First car has chassis #76056, swiss registered in the Vaudois canton, about 35.000 km.

    Zonda R: doesn't follow the same VIN lineup as for normal Zondas.

    Zonda Cinque: follows the same VIN lineup. The 1st car made, shown at Geneva 2009, features chassis #76104

    It's a sort of "summary" of all the Zonda versions, with the very first VIN number of each variant.

    C9: will have a brand new VIN lineup, starting from chassis #001 till... who knows... <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>

     
  13. "- Dry weight 1.210 kg" that's what sets it apart
     
  14. Hey Clubsport, do you by any chance work in Pagani??
     
  15. You are a retard that knows nothing of cars.
     

  16. All of Pagani's cars are amazing. Especially this one.
     
  17. They can put a new bolt/screw on this car and name it whatever the fcuk they like, it will sell because the world cannot get enough of this masterpeice. Horatio really hit a home run the first time out.
     

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