Pagani recently approved plans for a new bigger/better factory that will make room for the upcoming C9 that will be launched in 2010 replacing the current Pagani Zonda F. But before that happens, Pagani will finish working on the Zonda R, of which only ten units are planned. Pagani today dropped some more renderings of the upcoming Zonda R for our viewing pleasure.
While it may look just like the Zonda F, the Zonda R only uses 10 percent of Zonda F components. Other than that, the Zonda R was designed from scratch. The wheelbase of the Zonda R has grown by 47mm and the overall length has been increased by 50mm. The bodywork and aerodynamics have been revisited to offer maximum downforce. Power will come from 6.0L V12 engine making 750-hp with a maximum torque of 523 lb-ft.
Work on the C9 is currently underway with 500,000 miles of durability testing. The C9 will also carry an AMG engine.
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Pagani Zonda R: