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Gorgeous Pagani Zonda S Roadster Spotted in Monaco

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You are probably familiar with the Zonda F Roadster as it’s been featured in more than car shows on TV. But Pagani Zonda S Roadster is a rarer beast – older, but some may say more charming. It was the first open-top version of the legendary hyper car and therefore a hugely significant model.

This amazingly beautiful red Pagani Zonda S Roadster was spotted the other day hanging out in its hometown of Monaco. The Principality, incidentally, is probably the only place in the world where you can leave a car like Zonda on the side of the street with the roof open and not worry about a thing. The absence of roof on this car gives us a better look at its tan leather interior which is evidently bespoke to the owner, judging by the unique logo embroidered into the headrests. God this thing it beautiful:

Photos by Dphotographymc

Pagani Zonda S Roadster Technical Specs:

Engine Mercedes-Benz M 120 7.3 AMG; 12 cylinder V 60° displacement 7291 cc
Max. power (kW) hp/rpm: (408) 555/5900
Max. torque Nm/rpm: 750/4050
Transmission Longitudinal mid engine; rear wheel drive; with self-locking differential; TCS standard
Clutch Twin plate clutch
Gearbox Mechanical 6 speed (+ reverse)
Brakes 4 Ventilated Brembo disks: front 355 four piston caliper; rear 335 four piston caliper; hydraulic power brake; ABS standard
Steering TTRW rack and pinion power assisted
Wheels 18” aluminium alloy OZ wheels
Tyres Michelin Pilot Sport: front 255/40/18; rear 345/35/18
Suspensions 4 independent wheels with double A-arm; pull rod helical springs and Ohlins adjustable; shock absorbers; anti-roll bar; aluminium alloy suspension arms
Structure Central carbon fiber chassis; front and rear Cr Mo steel space frames; carbon fiber “ MD system” bodywork panels
Dimensions Lenght 4395 mm; width 2055 mm; height 1151 mm; wheelbase 2730 mm; dry weight 1280 kg
Performances Acceleration 0-100 km/h 3.7 sec.; weight to power ratio 2.30 kg/hp

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