Pagani’s future supercar spied testing
Pagani’s future C9 supercar has been caught testing again, and this time, the spy shots are extremely clear. Replacing the current Zonda, the C9 will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. Pagani announced it will produce a number of 40 units a year, and that the C9 will carry a price tag of approx. $1,250,000.
The C9 will be powered by a 6.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V12 engine, that delivers around 700bhp and more than 730lb ft of torque. The engine will send its power to the road through a seven-speed sequential set-up, sourced from British transmission specialist X-trac.
The Pagani will be distinguished by side-mounted air intakes, Enzo-like scallops in the bonnet, gullwing doors, and, of course, an ultra-expensive, ultra-lightweight carbon-titanium chassis. This will help the C9 tip the scales at just 1230kg.
The good news doesn’t stop there, folks! The C9 will be homologated for sale in the United States. So, start saving!