2010 Geneva Preview: Pagani Zonda Tricolore, one-off says farewell to Zonda lineup

Before the new Pagani C9 makes its debut later this year, the Italian supercar maker will send off the current Zonda with a one-off special-edition model called the Zonda Tricolore.

While the regular Zonda looks like a jet fighter, the Zonda Tricolore is built in honor of Italy’s equivalent of Blue Angels and carries a color scheme used by aeronauts – including blue tinted carbon fiber elements and pairs of red, white and green stripes running down the hood.

Like the Zonda Cinques, the Zonda Tricolore uses a body and tub crafted from a special weave carbon fiber and titanium. Power comes from a Mercedes-Benz sourced 7.3L V12 making 678-hp, mated to a 6-speed sequential gearbox. That allows the Zonda Tricolore to pull from 0 to 62 mph in 3.4 seconds.

As far as production goes – Pagani is only making one Zonda Tricolore so you can expect it to be the most expensive unit ever sold.

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Pagani Zonda Tricolore:

– By: Kap Shah