The Revolucion was originally revealed at the international Pagani gathering, called 'Vanishing Point'
The Zonda Revolucion has a UK price of around £2.3 million
The Revolucion is on display in Geneva next to some of Pagani's current Zonda models
The Zonda Revolucion is the final version of the long-established supercar
Horacio Pagani, owner and chief designer of Pagani, says, "It's the fastest Pagani ever"
The Revolucion is powered by a naturally aspirated AMG Mercedes V12
The Zonda tips the scales at just 1070kg thanks to extensive use of carbonfibre
Aerodynamic upgrades include new air deflectors on the bonnet
The V12 engine generates 789bhp and 538lb ft
The power-to-weight ratio is an impressive 738bhp per tonne
Pagani's attention to detail is evident throughout
The Zonda's list price pitches it against the likes of the myriad special-edition Bugatti Veyrons
A drag-reduction system is installed on the rear wing
The aerodynamic improvements should improve the Zonda's already-impressive cornering abilities
The central monocoque of the car is made from a blend of carbon and titanium
The car should have a 0-62mph time of around 2.7sec
Its top speed is thought to be in excess of 217mph
The Pagani benefits from an upgraded traction control system
New carbon discs are claimed to last longer and offer superior stopping power
Pagani says the Revolucion "will electrify all our customers and fans"
Originally revealed at 'Vanishing Point', the international Pagani gathering, it is stated to represent the ultimate form of the Zonda.
With a central monocoque formed from a blend of carbon and titanium, the Zonda Revolucion tips the scales at 1070kg; that's equal to the weight of 2007's Zonda R.
Power comes from the brand's familiar naturally aspirated AMG Mercedes V12, an evolution of the unit found in the aforementioned Zonda R. The 6.0-litre engine develops 789bhp and 538lb ft – increases of 50bhp and 14lb ft over its predecessor.
A six-speed sequential transmission made from lightweight magnesium drives the rear wheels and allows for gear changes in as little as 20ms. No performance figures have been announced, but expect a minor improvement on the R's 0-62mph time of 2.7sec and a top speed in excess of 217mph.
Pagani has also further evolved the car's traction system, allowing for twelve different settings. This, in conjunction with a revised ABS system, allows the driver to configure the car to suit their driving style.
Aerodynamic changes include new front deflectors on the bonnet, a vertical stabiliser on the rear and a drag reduction system (DRS) on the rear wing. The DRS can be activated manually, via a button on the steering wheel, or left to its own devices in an automatic mode.
Furthermore, the car's Brembo brakes now utilise a different type of carbon ceramic disc. The upgraded rotors are claimed to have a lifespan that's four times longer than the previous items, as well as offering improved durability, reduced fade, a weight saving of 15 per cent and more stopping power.
Horacio Pagani, owner and chief designer of Pagani Automobili, said, "We knew it would be very difficult to design and build a car that was even more extreme. But thanks to the creativity of our designers, engineers, and the whole Pagani family, we created a beautiful object and the fastest Pagani vehicle ever."
The Pagani Zonda Revolucion is on sale now for €2.2m, plus taxes, meaning a UK price tag of around £2.3m.