Pagani has revealed one last final edition for the Zonda which will be known as the Revolucion. It costs 2.2 million euros before takes kick in and comes with an impressive 6.0-liter V12 engine rated at 800 bhp and 538 lb-ft of torque. Since it tips the scales at just 1,070 kg, it means the supercar has an astounding power-to-weight ratio of 748 bhp / ton. Power is transferred to the wheels through a 6-speed transversal and sequential gearbox made from magnesium which will change gears in just 20ms. The car has also been equipped with a new traction control made by Bosch which has twelve settings to fiddle with.
Other highlights include a revised ABS system and different aerodynamics since the Zonda Revolucion has new deflectors on the front hood plus a vertical stabilizer on the rear hood. Its rear wing features a DRS system borrowed from Formula 1 cars. The hypercar stops in time thanks to its CCMR discs which are also derived from F1 technology. According to Pagani, the discs are 15 percent lighter and can last four times longer.