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One-off honours Italian air force team; costs £1.2m
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3 March 2010

The Pagani Zonda Tricolore has been revealed at the Geneva motor show.

The Tricolore edition has been made to honour the Italian air force aerobatics team, known as the Frecce Tricolori.

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Based on the exclusive Zonda Cinque, the Tricolore is constructed from a carbon-titanium weave. The car is unpainted except for a clear blue lacquer and red, white and green stripes that run up from the nose along the top of the car's surface.

The car's also distinctive for having extra air vents and LED running lights over the Zonda Cinque.

Only one Pagani Zonda Tricolore is being sold, for 1.3 million euros (£1.2m).

The Zonda is due to be replaced by the new Pagani C9 later this year.

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Colonel Snappy 3 March 2010

Re: Pagani Zonda Tricolore revealed

Worst DRLs ever, though. But the Zonda is a masterpiece, without doubt.

Jon Hardcastle 26 February 2010

Re: Pagani Zonda Tricolore revealed

Peter Cavellini wrote:

Or, are they just clearing out old chassis and body panels to make room for the next Zonda?,a miserable statement, i know, but you can't just destroy expensive panels or recycle them, can you?so you might aswell make another special edition, eh?

Who cares when the result is this good? the finish and detail are superb.
Peter Cavellini 26 February 2010

Re: Pagani Zonda Tricolore revealed

Or, are they just clearing out old chassis and body panels to make room for the next Zonda?,a miserable statement, i know, but you can't just destroy expensive panels or recycle them, can you?so you might aswell make another special edition, eh?

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