Development of the new Pagani supercar, still dubbed C9, is going on at full speed. And there are also some new information coming through for each day.
Just some days ago we got the information that the engine AMG has developed for the Zonda replacement is a Pagani only V12 engine and not an engine that will be shared with the hotter AMG Black Series versions. Rumors say that the over 700 horsepower strong engine will set a new standard regarding CO2 emissions for supercars.
We also heard that the real name will be revealed within the next couple of weeks and that the first official presentation will be at the Geneva Car Show in March. That will make it possible for the 4 full prototypes and the one remaining mule to get yet some more kilometers of testing and development. So far they have covered over 500.000 km and before the Geneva presentation they have aimed to reach over 700.000 hard test kilometers.
Even if this prototype is still wearing camouflage its clear to see that it will be something really special when talking design and aerodynamics. As expected on a supercar like this the aerodynamics will be very functional and the weight is told to be reduced compared to the Zonda.