Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster Details

If you were in the mood to see yet another piece of jewelry you will never own, thnn this is the one you've been looking for. We reckon you'll never own one not because we're being mean, but we seriously doubt many of you, or us for that matter, can pay 1.3 million euros plus tax for it and not have a bounty placed on your head by the loan-sharks you scammed. Like its coupe counter part, only five units of the Cinque Roadster will be built, so even if you can afford the thing, it's too late, we're sure their sold out...

Now that we've cleared that out, let's enjoy what we'll never own. The Cinque is powered by an AMG V12 engine, developing 678 hp and 780 Nm of torque. Mated to a six-speed sequential transmission, the Cinque can warp from naught to sixty in 4.3 seconds.

The Cinque Roadster brings an entire list of engineering, safety and comfort highlights:

  • Carbon-titanium monocoque
  • Bosch ECU, Traction Control and ABS
  • inconel/titanium exhaust system coated with ceramic
  • Suspensions in magnesium and titanium
  • APP monolitic wheels forged in aluminum and magnesium
  • Pirelli PZero tires
  • Pagani leather/carbon fiber racing seats

"Whether you opt for a relaxed country drive in Tuscany’s hills, visiting Florence and other centers of the Italian Renaissance, or a record hunt at the Nurburgring, this 1.3 million euro + taxes jewel will reward with every day driveability and ultimate performance thanks to the different drive modes of the sequential robotized gearbox and an adjustable suspension setup that feels at home as well at the racetrack as on bumpy roads," Pagani said in a release.

We don't know about you, but we can't see how you can take a " relaxed country drive" in a "1.3 million Euro + taxes jewel". Potholes, small rocks skidding from under the wheels of incoming traffic, flies sticking to the windshield, other drivers in less expensive, yet much bigger cars... Think about it... Would you be relaxed?
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