The car you see here is the last Pagani Zonda F Roadster to ever be produced - last one in a series of 25 units - pictured just out of the factory and ready to be sent to an Ukrainian customer. The bodywork is made of purlpe and bare black carbon fiber panels, exactly the same colors used for the upholstery in the cabin.
The Zonda F Roadster comes with an amazing 7.3-litres V12 engine of Mercedes-AMG heritage, delivering 602 hp in its standard format and up to 650 hp in the enhanced Clubsport version (with a maximum torque of 780 Nm at 4000 rpm). The car is fitted with carbon-ceramic brakes, 6-speed manual transmission and, in its Clubsport configuration, boasts an impressive power-to-weight ratio of 520 hp/ton.
Weighing less than 1230 kg, the car runs from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.6 seconds, from 0 to 200 km/h in 9.8 seconds and can reach 345 km/h top speed. Thanks to the intensive use of carbon fiber for parts of frame, bodywork and interior, the Zonda Roadster weights about the same as the coupe model it derives from.
via | AutoBlog.gr