The one-off Pagani Zonda Tricolore has made its presence felt at Geneva. Created as a tribute to the Italian National Aerobatic Team known as Frecce Tricolori, the supercar also has a price tag befitting its status.
The Pagani Zonda Tricolore was created as a tribute to the Italian National Aerobatic Team known as Frecce Tricolori (meaning Tricolour Arrows in Italian). The team is celebrating its 50th anniversary and so Pagani saw it fit to create this once-off model in its honour.
The Zonda Tricolore is based on the Cinque but features a tub made from a carbon fibre/ titanium wire weave combination and front LED lights that look like the tail fin of an airplane. To refresh your memory, the "standard" Cinque has an AMG-sourced engine making 499kW (678 PS / 669 hp) and 780Nm (575 lb-ft).
The one fortunate customer whose garage receives the Zonda Tricolore will have to fork out €1.3 million (US$1.76 million) for the privilege.