Zonda Roadster F
Having inherited the “genetic heritage” of its sister coupé version, Zonda Roadster F displays a folding roof with the central part in carbon fibre and the lower part in canvas.
Having inherited the “genetic heritage” of its sister coupé version, Zonda Roadster F displays a folding roof with the central part in carbon fibre and the lower part in canvas. As the natural surface carbon fibre, the smooth leather and anodized finishes spark the driver’s emotion, this supercar reveals the true character of the Italian GT, which has the sheer privilege of parading elegantly along the esplanade of Montecarlo or screeching its tyres across the Le Mans racing circuit with the same sensuality, aggressive design and mesmeric beauty.
Even during open-top cruising, this supercar makes no compromises in terms of maximum speed – a result accomplished by means of improved aerodynamic properties and the rigid chassis with increased bending and torsional rigidity. Improvements include, amongst other things: development of specific reinforcing elements in the door sill area and tank area; specifically designed roll bars, also serving a structural function at the chassis frame level, and lastly, high-modulus 3-way carbon fibre composites. The Zonda Roadster F, which weighs pretty much the same as the coupé version, clearly testifies to the great success of the Pagani team in terms of the aesthetical-functional improvements made, having achieved a 7:29 lap time on the Nürburgring racetrack (only a few seconds behind the Clubsport version). Produced in a limited run of 25 units.
Moreover, the staff at the Pagani Zonda Roadster F 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.