Pagani Automobili is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the "Frecce Tricolori" with the Zonda Tricolore which was created as a tribute specifically for the National Aerobatic Team. The Frecce Tricolori (Italian, literally Tricolour Arrows) is officially known as the 313th Aerobatic Training Squadron and is the demonstration team of the Italian Air Force. They are based at Rivolto Air Force Base, in the north-eastern Italian region of Friuli Venezia-Giulia, province of Udine.

The Pagani Zonda Tricolore, which is pretty much based on a Zonda Cinque, is a special edition Zonda that was built from a special carbon-titanium weave left bare except for a clear blue lacquer coating. It also comes with a unique set of LED running lights and an exclusive red, white, and green trim - signifying Italy, of course - that runs up from the nose of the car all the way up along the top of the car’s surface. There will be only one unit built, with a price of $1.75 million.


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  (859) posted on 10.5.2010

the judgment of Pagani stands in the same line with every other country which later invited the Frecce Tricolori to their airshows: it was a tragic accident which occurred to one of the best teams in the world, a misjudgment in maneuver which so often happens to other experienced pilots everywhere else in the world.

  (745) posted on 09.15.2010

It’s fantastic. A very nice car. I love it. I wonder how does it feel to be riding on that.

  (221) posted on 09.13.2010

Dude this commercial is really good, reminds me when I was in an airshow.

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