Pagani Zonda

Horacio Pagani was born in November 10th 1955 in Argentina. Pagani Zonda is a sports car made in Modena, Italy. 
Starting with 1999 until 2011 were built 135 Zondas. Last 3 cars of this series were produced in 2012: Zonda 760RS, Zonda 760 LH and Zonda 764 Passione. The Formula 1 champion, Juan Manuel Fangio did some of the engineering of these cars. Unfortunately he died in 1995 and, since then, this series was named Zonda wind, this being the name of a regional air current above Argentina.
The Zondas have carbon fiber bodies. This help them to be really fast. In February 2003, the UK automotive magazine Evo, measured a top speed of 319 km/h which means 198 mph. A full package Zonda F including durable carbon-ceramic brakes and Pirelli sticky tires costs $2.87 million plus taxes.

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