I thought the Pagani Zonda Cinque was meant to be the final explosive farewell of Richard Hammond's absolute favorite supercar but in truth, the real ending was the Zonda Tricolore. Whatever, anyway the Pagani Zonda Cinque carries a seven-figure price tag, costing a million dollars. Yep, that's too much for a toy but as the name implies, only five units will be made. Under the hood is the Mercedes-AMG derived 7.3L V12 engine that produces 678HP of power and 575lb-ft of torque. This is somewhat a softened road-legal version of the track-only Pagani Zonda R. I didn't realize that the Zonda Cinque's bodywork is made of a new composite material called Carbotanium. If you don't know about Carbotanium, Google search for that.
The 2009 Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster is part of Forza Motorsport 4's Autovista feature where you can explore more about this car, and you can even hear Jeremy Clarkson's comments about the Zonda Cnique. It's true that a Modena-based car manufacturer like Pagani always get it right, very very right.
"Ferrari, Lamborghini, you lost that crown. It's the Zonda's now." - Richard Hammond, Top Gear
This Pagani Zonda Cinque is the ultimate lesson in car passion and we are fueled after hours of listening to Richard Hammond's lecture on what it takes to be a Top Gear presenter. So if you don't mind before man comes and takes this car, I'll better get out of there, listening to Chihaya Kisaragi's character song...