An uncovered Pagani Zonda F Cinque was spotted inside a Geneva Show hall painted in a two-tone colour scheme with some red detailing.
The good folks at Autogespot are part of a group of media taking advantage of security detail snoozing off just hours before the Geneva Motor Show opens. While snooping about looking for interesting uncovered debutants the guys spotted a Pagani Zonda F Cinque all by its lonesome. Never ones to be shy with the clicker they then proceeded to take these lovely images of the car.
Pagani first released details of the Zonda Cinque last year. It has a 7.3-litre engine from the Zonda R that makes 678hp and 780Nm of torque. Gear changes take place through a 6-speed sequential gearbox which sends power to the 335/30/20 rear tyres. The carbon fiber steering wheel turns the 255/35/19 front tyres and the whole car uses carbon ceramin Brembo brakes to stop itself from 100km/h in 2.1 seconds. Acceleration from 0 - 100km/h is said to be 3.4 seconds and 0 - 200km/h goes by in 9.6 seconds.
However, the Cinque isn't the car on display in Geneva. The F Cinque is, and it's essentially a dressed up Zonda F in Cinque livery. The real Cinque (without the F) is a tuned down road-going version of the track-only Zonda R. Pagani did this to help tie over the growing anticipating for the Cinque as production doesn't begin until the end of the year to the tune of five units, hence the name.