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Rare Pagani Zonda C12 up for auction at Bonhams

By Adrian Prisca


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The next auction from Bonhams will delight us with an extremely rare Pagani Zonda C12, the first built as a C12 coupe. The car debuted at the Geneva Motor Show back in 1999 and was originally a right-hand drive C12 S Coupé. Bearing chassis number 46, the car was put into the garage in 2009 for “accident repairs and upgrading to high-performance F specification”.

It was released in 2010, boasting with Zonda Cinque features – side skirts, mirrors and two front splitters, alongside a Zonda Tricolore rear side with wing, diffusers and brand new air ducts. This limited edition supercar boasts with a 6.0-liter V12 engine which reaches 60 mph in 4.2 seconds, 100 mph in 8.2 seconds, up to a top speed of 200 mph.

In terms of pricing, the initial asking price of the car was set at €424,280 (approximately £339,400), but, as it has been fitted with those upgrades, and boasting “correspondence from Horacio Pagani himself”, its value has been suddenly increased by €326,820 ( around £261,500). The expected amount to be reached by the Zonda is somewhere around $960,000, at Mercedes-Benz World in England’s Weybridge.

[Bonhams Via LuxuryLaunches]

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