About 18 years ago Pagani presented the Zonda Tricolore, a special edition celebrated by the Italian acrobatic team Frecce Tricolori. Now Pagani has delivered a new Tricolore based on its Huayra with a limited production of just three cars.
The Habs reported by Motor1 for the premium period used the same 6.0-liter Mercedes-AMG V-12 engine as the other Huayra variants, but was optimized for 829 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of torque. That’s 2 horsepower more than the Huayra Imola car that Pagani introduced earlier this year with the same torque. The Habs have a dry weight of just over 2,800 pounds, rising from Imola to 2,747 pounds.
The power of the centrally mounted V-12 is then transferred to the route and processed by a sequential 7-speed gearbox. Pagani was not sued and received Habs benefits.
The special edition has a paint scheme that is inspired by the Aermacchi MB-339 jets of the Frecce Tricolori. There’s also another large faceplate, distinctive front splitter, and model-specific rear spoiler.
Inside the Huayra Tricolore is a gear knob made from a single block of aluminum and a blue anodized finish made from aircraft alloys. The blue and white seats are good for the Zonda Tricolore.
The price for the Huayra Tricolore is $ 6.7 million. Eat the Zonda Tricolore, it will likely be one of the last variants of the supercar on your bike. Quoting a Huayra R model slated to be unveiled in January 2021, Pagani says production will be discontinued and a Huayra successor is in the works. La Huayra and the Zonda could technically live forever as Pagani is happy to keep getting rich for his customers.