Pagani Zonda HH Images Surface

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The latest (but probably not last) incarnation of the Zonda that will come to our world before Pagani launches the car’s successor, the C9, is the one-off HH model.

But you already knew this, as we gave you the news last week. Now we are back on the subject to offer you two pictures of the bewildering automotive creature, which have been published by Teamspeed.

We’d like to remind you that the Zonda HH is a collage of components from other Zonda models. If you ask us, the car is some sort of “Best of all Zonda worlds”.

This is because its body is based on that of the Zonda F Roadster, using multiple carbon fiber panels. This is wrapped around a carbon-titanium tub, which houses the engine of the Zonda Cinque.

The powerplant delivers 680 hp and uses advanced technical solutions, such as a ceramic coated titanium exhaust system. The unit will offer stratospheric performance, as it only has to push 1,210 kg. For this mission, the engine is helped by a manual gearbox. The Zonda HH also offers a matching stopping power, as the vehicle has been fitted with a set of carbon-ceramic brakes.

The lucky mortal who will be driving this exquisite go-fast machine comes from the U.S.. The car was built to his specification, with the man promising that it will put many miles on its odometer and not use it as a museum piece.

Our say: (Fortunately) We will never use the words "last" and "Zonda" in the same sentence ever again, unless Pagani forces us to.
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