The version to be on display at the aforementioned event is, in fact, the fifth and final model to leave one of the world’s most exclusive production lines.
The roadster is powered by a 678 hp Mercedes AMG V12 engine coupled with a six-speed sequential transmission, and capable of 0-62 mph (100 km/h) in just 3.4 seconds.
“There are a number of subtle differences between the Roadster and a ‘mainstream’ Pagani Zonda including a carbon-titanium chassis that has been re-designed to give extra strength and allow the removable roof. The exhaust has also been completely redesigned and there are a number of additional carbon fibre intakes and fins all over the car,” UK Brand Manager, Bob Forstner dealership, Tommy Wareham said in a release.
The roadster version of the Zonda Cinque includes features such as Bosch ECU, Traction Control and ABS, inconel/titanium exhaust system coated with ceramic, Pirelli PZero tires, suspensions in magnesium and titanium, APP monolitic wheels forged in aluminum and magnesium, Pagani leather/carbon fiber racing seats, and a carbon-titanium monocoque.
“We are looking forward to introducing the Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster to the British public at the MPH Show and we’re sure that its luxurious feel and aggressive styling will make it an instant favourite,” added Wareham.
MPH The Prestige and Performance Motor Show powered by Shell V-Power featuring Top Gear Live will take place at Earls Court, London from November 4-7 and the NEC in Birmingham between November 11-14.