MPH Show to Feature Pagani Cinque

London’s MPH Show featuring Top Gear Live announced that one of the rarest supercars in the world will be showcased at the event next week: the Pagani Cinque, one of the only five examples that currently exist.

Powered by a 7.3-liter V12 AMG engine able to develop 678 bhp, the lightweight carbon-titanium Pagani Cinque is able to reach 62 mph in 3.4 seconds, 125 mph in 10 seconds and then go back to a standstill in just 4.3 seconds. The supercar’s top speed is of approximately 220 mph.

Inside, the car is fitted with a roll cage and a four-point harness carbon-fibre-leather racing seats, as well as with a F1-style paddle gear shift, which enables the driver to change gear in 100 milliseconds.

To create the physical and the visual connection to the road, the Pagani Cinque is fitted with ultra-lightweight aluminum and magnesium wheels shoed with Pirelli P-Zero tires. According to the manufacturer, the car can pull up to 1.45G in bends, which is around twice that of a high performance hatchback.

“To have such a rare and beautiful car at MPH communicates just how important the show is to exhibitors and visitors alike. We are all about sexy, high performance cars and the chance to see the Pagani Cinque is unmissable,”
said MPH Show Director, Charlotte Aldiss.

Other impressive models announced for the 2009 MPH Show include the Caterham R500, which has achieved the fifth fastest time on Top Gear’s Lap board, and a Bugatti Veyron model with the F1 number plate, meaning the most expensive car in the world will be wearing the most expensive number plate sold in the UK.
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