Pagani Zonda F

Ultra-rare Italian supercar makes a Ferrari seem as common as a Fiat

Search the entire planet and you’ll only find around 60 Zonda’s in existence – this car is the epitome of exclusivity. The brainchild of former Aerospace component engineer Horacio Pagani, the latest and greatest iteration of the breed, the Zonda F uses a 602bhp 7.3-litre V12 built by AMG Mercedes. This allows for astonishing performance when you take into account the carbon-fibre bodywork keeps the kerbweight down to a paltry 1,230kg.

The 0-60mph sprint is seen off in 3.6 seconds and the top speed is 216mph, but it’s how this car goes about its business that makes it so special. The quad exhausts make an unearthly noise, the low and wide body is completely impractical but so much more dramatic than anything else on the road and for an extra £23,000 over the £440,000 you can have the naked carbon-fibre weave exposed on the bodywork.
 

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