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Zonda F

The Pagani Zonda F was designed to reflect the shared philosophy between Horacio Pagani and world champion race driver Juan Manuel Fangio, which entails a commitment to a mission, a vision and a goal without neglecting essential concepts such as lightness, safety, performance and inventiveness.


Overview

The Pagani Zonda F was designed to reflect the shared philosophy between Horacio Pagani and world champion race driver Juan Manuel Fangio, which entails a commitment to a mission, a vision and a goal without neglecting essential concepts such as lightness, safety, performance and inventiveness. Their tight friendship, which was soon heading far beyond the simple desire for a Mercedes-Benz engine, reached its highest point in 2005 with the creation of the Zonda F supercar, with logo, design concept and name entirely dedicated to Fangio.

Performance

The Pagani Zonda F, therefore, takes its design inspiration from the Fangio model and the outcome is an innovative and exclusive creation featuring a 12-cylinder Mercedes-AMG 12 engine, more evolved and lightweight, astonishing and fascinating compared to its predecessors, with maximum output power of 602 HP and 560 lbs/ft torque. By following this path, Pagani manages to achieve a rare gem of luxury, endowed with character, style and a personality of its own, which reflects not only the artisan touch of its creator, but also his very inspiration. Zonda F is the first car ever to display, upon client’s request, an exclusive bodywork in natural surface carbon fibre, according to a project philosophy which is just as transparent, pure and natural.

Engine

Moreover, the staff at the Pagani atelier convey to the client the same love for tradition and the same passion for historic race cars like those driven by the fabulous Fangio, thanks to the great professionalism and attentive care towards interior details, like the Nardi steering wheel in precious wood finished by hand or the new dashboard inspired to the art and craft of antique master clockmakers. Zonda F is an extremely lightweight car, achieved by the utilization of parts made of titanium, aluminium and inconel. The length of the intake manifolds are optimized for more sophisticated power regimes and shapes, thanks to the aid of the Hydroforming technology used in high-pressure moulding. The airbox contour has been developed to achieve a uniformly distributed airflow across the bench, according to a design that could be easily integrated into this unique car. By positioning the exhaust manifolds in a predetermined area, in compliance with the Formula 1 standards, the exhaust system itself ensures an enhanced flow of gas emissions.



Maximum Power
652
HP
Engine
V12
7.3l
0-60 mph
3.6
Sec
Maximum Torque
575
lbs/ft
Displacement
7291 cc
V12
V12

LOCATION

Miller Motorcars

342 West Putnam

Greenwich, CT 06830

CONTACT

SALES: 800-721-8781

SERVICE: 866-295-8874

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Sales Hours

Monday Friday 9:00am 6:00pm

Saturday 9:00am 4:00pm

Sunday: Closed

Service Hours

Monday Friday 7:30am 5:00pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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