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3 July 2009

The Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster has been unveiled.

Just five examples of the car will be made, and for the £1.1 million plus taxes asking price buyers will get a 669bhp 7.3-litre V12 engine with 575lb ft of torque but no roof.

Compared to the 'standard' Zonda the Cinque Roadster gas a longer front spoiler, a flat undertray and diffuser, plus a new rear wing.

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Its makers claim that those modifications are enough to create the same 750kg of downforce at 186mph that the coupe version achieves.

The Roadster also weighs the same 1210kg as the coupe, and 20kg less than the 641bhp Roadster F, thanks to a carbon-titanium monocoque, magnesium and titanium suspension, aluminium and magnesium alloy wheels and carbon Brembo brakes.

As a result, the performance figures are also identical - 0-62mph in 3.4sec, 0-120mph in 9.6secs.

That means the same mesmerising acceleration figures too - 62mph disappears in 3.4 seconds and it'll reach 120mph from rest after 9.6 seconds.

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