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Richard Hammond Reviews Pagani Zonda Cinque

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The Cinque is one of the many different variants of the Pagani Zonda introduced in 2009. It is essentially a street-legal track version of the Zonda with a sequential gearbox and carbotanium construction. After months of non-stop drooling, Richard Hammond finally got to drive the car in Italy. Here’s what happened.

Hammond’s Pagani Zonda Cinque review is part of the old Top Gear Uncovered DVD in which Hammo talks us through the procedures of recording a Top Gear review and the qualifications one needs to become a TG presenter.

Pagani Zonda Cinque technical specs:

  • Mercedes Benz AMG engine, 678 hp,
  • ECU, Traction control , ABS by Bosch
  • Inconel/titanium exhaust system coated with ceramic
  • Suspensions in magnesium and titanium
  • Cima sequential gearbox (6 speed), robotized by Automac enginnering
  • APP monolitic wheels forged in aluminium and magnesium. Size: front 9×19 – rear 12,5×20
  • Pirelli PZero tyres. Size: front 255/35/19 rear 335/30/20
  • Toora Racing Seats in carbon fiber, with leather cover
  • Carbon Fiber steering wheel
  • Brembo brakes in carbo-ceramic self ventilated with hydraulic servo brake, Size: front 380×34 mm, monolitic 6 piston caliper; rear 380×34 mm, monolitic 4 piston caliper.
  • Dry weight 1210 Kg
  • Weight distribution in driving condition: 47% front, 53% rear
  • Acceleration: 0-100 Km in 3.4 sec., 0-200 in 9.6 sec.
  • Braking: 100-0 km in 2.1 sec., 200-0 km 4.3 sec.
  • Maximum side acceleration: 1,45 G (with road tyres)

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