Friday, July 22, 2011

The 2011 Pagani Zonda Absolute designed exclusively

The line between a fast car and exclusivity is really thread-thin. Little wonder that they fly off the shelf faster that one can stay “on your mark, get...”. Don’t parry with our word, then look at Pagani Zonda. Technically this Italian fast track baby has been out of production for a while, but that has done little to dissuade the rich and famous from ordering their one off Zonda, and the company obliging them. Their new edition is called Absolute and is being built for a customer from Hong Kong. And in true Pagani tradition, the details are kept under wraps. But going by sheer picture-speak, it seems Absolute follows the same genealogy as its peers: the bare carbon fibre body with a striped pattern like on the Zonda R, a “Tricolore” running from the car’s hood to the rear end and a carbo-titanium chassis as used on the Zonda Cinque.


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