|No car has ever quite looked like the Zonda C12, and in a world of cookie-cutter supercars, that’s high compliment. From the quad headlights to the jet-cockpit greenhouse, the Zonda presents a flowing form evocative of the swift Argentine wind of Horatio Pagani’s homeland, the viento zonda. Curvaceous, organic forms dominate throughout, terminating at the meshed-in rear panel from which sprouts the signature quad-tipped exhaust. A mid-mounted V12 provided by Mercedes resides underneath the distinctive carbon fiber bodywork. The 394 horsepower produced by the 6-liter engine is enough to haul the relatively light Zonda up to 60 mph in a quick 4.2 seconds, while the well-balanced chassis provides a cat-like agility that belies the usually heavy feel of most supercars. While its performance is as legendary as its good looks, what it’s the original thinking and stunning performance that really sets the Zonda C12 apart.|
The Zonda C12 was introduced at the 1999 Geneva Auto Show as Pagani's first production car.
The Zonda was Pagani's first model series that ran production until 2011 as it was replaced by the Huayra. Throughout its production run, the Zonda was frequently updated and available in numerous special edition models such as the Cinque Roadster, a road-going model of the Zonda R track car.
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|Conversion - Engine|
|6.0L V12 (Zonda R)|
|Conversion - Aspiration|
|Single Turbo, Twin-Screw Supercharger|
|Twin Turbo, Twin-Screw Supercharger|
- The Zonda C12 has a front weight percentage of 42% in Forza Motorsport.
- ↑ Description - https://forzamotorsport.net/en-us/games/fm4/cars/pagani
- ↑ Introduction - http://www.pagani.com/zonda-c12/
|2000s||#17 Zonda GR · Zonda Cinque Roadster|
|2010s||Huayra · Huayra BC · Zonda R|