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Before the highly-anticipated Pagani C9 makes its debut in God-knows-when, the Italian supercar maker has decided to satiate our appetites once more with a very special edition Zonda that is set to be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show next week.

Created as an homage to the Italian equivalent of the British Red Arrows Display team, known as the "Frecce Tricolori", the Pagani Zonda Tricolore, which pretty much based on a Zonda Cinque, is a special edition Zonda that is built from a special carbon-titanium weave left bare except for a clear blue lacquer coating.

In addition to that, the Zonda Tricolore also come 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.

Now, if you’re curious to know just how rare this special edition car is, consider the fact that Pagani is building all but one model of it and, to top it off, it’s priced at a bank account-depleting 1.3 million euros, or in the language of the Benjamins - $1.75 million

Stay tuned!

UPDATE 06/04/2010: Check out the new video of the Pagani Zonda Tricolore by clicking on the image above. It’s only about a minute long, but displays the Tricolore in all of its beauty.


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  (526) posted on 11.11.2011

This one is truly oozing with aggressiveness which I don’t like on a vehicle. Sorry to say, but I’m not really so fond with an aggressive car. Anyway, I also noticed that this one is too expensive, and I wonder why?

  (570) posted on 02.25.2011

I remember guys crashing their street bikes and buying race fairings to repair them and installing PIA’s so they could get them back on the street. get a real headlight design. or at least put a fake carbon piece over it like Lambo did with the diablo

  (444) posted on 02.24.2011

Using PIA for headlights is so old school . this design lacks real depth of thought. those scoops at the bumper facial aren’t to cohesive. Same goes for the diffuser from 3/4 angle looks like a freaking kit car.

  (665) posted on 03.24.2010

I will just wait for more updates of this car. I’m starting to be a fan of this one.

  (780) posted on 03.16.2010

Stunning and impressive, the color makes it hit by the outside and the engine super class makes it hit in the inside.

  (778) posted on 03.14.2010

I think I found a wonderful car that fits my taste, hence it so expensive you’ll see that its worth buying for.

  (648) posted on 03.2.2010

It would have been great if this car joined some endurance or some GT race. It will surely show how good this car is. Oh, and please somebody tell ’em manufacturers to show some C9 already. Or at least even some teaser photos or videos.

  (375) posted on 03.1.2010

Errr, ok. Another one of those “I wish you were mine” cars. With that kind of price tag on it, I’d say that once again, a car for the rich and famous is about to be born. I wonder why it’s that expensive as the automaker or manufacturer is not really that popular in other places like here in my town.

  (778) posted on 02.28.2010

So expensive yet so lovely. The design of its exterior is totally rare for me. But it has a lack of information so I can’t say anything else.

  (1332) posted on 02.25.2010

Lovely carbon works for sure It’s weight is reduced to almost 30%.

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