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Debuted in 1999, the Pagani Zonda stormed the super car world. The updated car, the "Zonda F", was debuted at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. Production of the Zonda F was limited to just 25 cars. The "F" in the name Zonda F, was to honour Argentina's (the birth place of the company founder) greatest Formula One driver, Juan Manuel Fangio and it was the most extensive re-engineering of the Zonda yet.
The car shares the 7.3 L AMG V12 engine which, through enhanced intake manifolds, exhaust and a revised ECU liberated an additional 47bhp over the previous car. The F produces 594 bhp at 6,150 rpm and 560 lbft of torque at 4,000 rpm. Distinguishable from the front by an extra headlight and different fog lights at the sides, the new bodywork (revised front end, new rear spoiler, more aerodynamic vents all around) improved the cars aerodynamics.
Further enhancements over the 'S' centre around were the introduction of ceramic brakes, developed in conjunction with Brembo, an inconel titanium exhaust system, hydroformed aluminium intake plenum and a redesigned 'Z preg' weave in the crash structure to improve rigidity and reduce weight. Further weight was saved with lightened suspension arms; their geometry revised to accommodate new Öhlins dampers.
The F was available with just one gearbox, the Cima six-speed manual.