The 2021 Pagani Zonda R is a track-driven car designed and manufactured by Italian sports car manufacturer Pagani. Pagani set a new record for production-based cars by using the Pagani Zonda R and defeating the Ferrari 599XX, finishing the Nurgburgring at 6:47. Zonda R finished the Top Gear test track at 1: 08.5, but that road was disqualified from the Power Lap card because it was not legal. This is the 3rd fastest car to go around the track.
The central carbon chassis includes a GT racing car with 4 fuel pumps and a roller cage and rubber race fuel chamber with a filler cover for quick refueling. To increase stability, the wheelbase has been increased to 47 mm. The front and rear lower frames are new, built to fit the new suspension geometry and manufactured at Avional. Smooth wheels are new models of magnesium with central locking, which, together with the pneumatic airplanes on board, allow you to quickly replace all-wheel drive. The car always senses, reflects and records information about the low power generated at each wheel.
In addition to the increase in axle distance, the total length increased to 394 mm (15.5 inches) and the track increased to 2-inches. The hull and aerodynamics change to maximum downhill power, and the front cover is equipped with a longer, closed lower body and a new rear suspension with a rear wing and a race-derived diffuser. They are designed for aerodynamic efficiency and down power conversion for maximum angular velocity. It is also noted that the new rear body of the car is very minimal, mainly ventilated. This is thought to be a sign that the engine needs to be adequately cooled, even when a hard track is used.
Tricolore Frecce was released to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Tricolori. So this Huayra is actually a continuation of this car, 10 years since it was manufactured. In addition to the roofless bucket body configuration, the Huayra Tricolore also gets a redesigned interior, inspired by the aircraft cabin used by the Aermacchi MB-339 – Frecce Tricolori. All aluminum components are made of aerospace material, and the seats are available in two colors, white and blue, combined with white, red and green striped inserts.
Pagani 2021 Zonda R Interior
The interior of the car is spartan, which reflects the car’s aspirations on the racetrack and the intended home, and has driver-adapted seats for maximum support. Digital devices provide important information, and modern telemetry allows a variety of sensors to monitor many aspects of a vehicle. All the attention that is put under the skin continues in the cabin. During the design process, Horatio Pagani emphasized the feel of the cockpit as a fighter plane, giving the light-filled cabin a surprisingly good look. It is made from the finest materials, machined and recycled aluminum with thin skins and a range of thin parts that combine perfect carbon fiber work. The relative luxury of previous cars was aimed at reducing weight for the 760 models, but that shouldn’t be mistaken for a craft dive. According to the owners’ specifications, the 760RS is made with a large number of carbon components, most of the aluminum components are made of anodized black aluminum.
2021 Pagani Zonda R Engine
Although the engine is shared with the Mercedes CLK-GTR, it is modified and has a torque of 750 PS (552 kW; 740 horsepower) at 7500 rpm and 710 Nm (524 lb⋅ft). And a capacity of 125 PS / liter. The Inconel 625 features a lightweight carbon fiber high-performance system that is hydroformed and ceramic-coated for optimal heat dissipation, with a multi-disc centered clutch and Formula One-style exhaust system. The engine produced by AMG is combined with a 6-speed longitudinally mounted manual series synchronous transmission produced by Xtrac. The claimed maximum speed of the Pagani Zonda R is 375 km / h (233 mph), accelerating to 97 km / h (60 mph) in 2.5 seconds and 100 km / h (62 mph) in 3.0 seconds. It has an angle of 97 to 0 km / h (60 to 0 miles) to 96.0 feet (29.3 m) and can brake up to 1.25 g.
Pagani Zonda R Competitors
2021 Pagani Zonda R closest rivals are period Hypercars such as the Porsche Carrera GT and Ferrari Enzo. They are built to the heights of clean internal combustion engines that allow small boutique manufacturers like Pagani to match the performance levels of large supercar dynasties. The difference is that in previous years, Pagani has been constantly improving the collection, while competitors like Ferrari and Porsche have been following hybrid technology since its inception.