The first Pagani Zonda F Cinque is listed on a super luxury goods website at a price of €1.6 million. The Cinque produces 678hp and 780Nm of torque.
The very knowledgeable guys over at Jalopnik came across an ad listing the Pagani Zonda F Cinque at the eye-watering price of €1.6 million (about US$2 million). This is the first indicative pricing we've spotted of the Zonda F Cinque. The car is being sold by ES Elite Style GmbH of Germany and is no doubt being priced at a speculative premium for those who simply cannot bear to sit on a waiting list. The listing was only done four days ago but presumably there haven't been any takers thus far. Details such as the colour of the exterior and interior are not listed.
Depending on who is talking it can be argued that the Zonda F Cinque is worth every penny of that price. After all, the lucky buyer would be able to receive 678 horses (499kW) and 780Nm jammed inside a two-seater super car. Performance numbers are 0 - 100km/h in 3.4 seconds, 0 - 200km/h in 9.6 seconds and the carbon ceramic brakes will stop it on its tracks from 100km/h - 0 in 2.1 seconds. In essence the Zonda F Cinque will run do 0 - 100km/h and hit standstill just as a Lotus Europa S hits 96km/h from standstill. Quite astounding.