760-horsepower Pagani Zonda Aether 2017 auctioned offAugust 21, 2019
An Italian exclusive supercar offers a 760-horsepower engine and manual transmission. The car will be auctioned, the initial price of 4.5 million dollars
One of the latest copies of the Italian sports car Pagani Zonda was built in 2017. This is the first Zonda to be auctioned in almost seven years. We are looking at the roadster version of the immortal supercar, whose body is covered in carbon fiber with matte and glossy accents contrasting with the red trim.
From the massive rear wing to the roof scoop (or should we just say the scoop, as the car doesn’t actually have a roof?), There is nothing unusual about this Zonda Aether.
Under the hood is a powerful 7.3-liter V12 engine from the German AMG, developing 760 horsepower. The unique Zonda is equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox that sends all the torque to these hefty rear tires.
The green start button was borrowed from the Zonda R, while this analog speedometer, at which the maximum value is 400 km / h, demonstrates the beauty of simplicity. You will not find ordinary door handles in the Zonda Aether cab, as they have been replaced with door straps to save weight.
A roofless Pagani Zonda Aether will be auctioned in Abu Dhabi on November 30th. It is expected that the cost of this exquisite car will be from 4.5 to 5.5 million dollars. Even if it will be sold at a higher price than the initial price, this Italian supercar will still be much more expensive than the already sold Huayra BC roadster, which costs about $ 3.4 million, a total of 40 units of this car will be produced.
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