Pagani Zonda Tricolore (2011) [Reviews]

Pagani Automobili Pagani Zonda Tricolore created on the occasion of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of "Frecce Tricolori" as a tribute to the national aerobatic team.

In 2010, the season of the Tricolour Arrows aerobatic 50th anniversary, celebrated on 11 and 12 September Aimed Airport.

Tricolour Arrows (Italian, literally, Tricolour Arrows), officially called the 313 Training Squadron Aerobatic Team is a sign of the Italian Air Force based in Aimed Air Force Base in northeastern Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the province of Udine. They were born in 1961, the Air Force team will replace the previous teams were supported by various commands to the end of 1920.

The team flies the Aermacchi MB-339-A/PAN a two-seater capacity of 898 km / h at sea level, with nine aircraft and one (the largest number of aircraft of any aerobatic team in the world).

Tricolour Arrows of Italian origin throughout the community.

Pagani Zonda Tricolore Specifications

Mercedes-Benz AMG engine, Power: 670 hp Torque: 780 Nm

Monocoque carbon-titanium

ECU, Traction Control, ABS Bosch Engineering

Exhaust system Inconel / titanium coated ceramic

Suspensions in magnesium and titanium

Cima sequential gearbox (6 speed), robotized by Automac Engineering

APP forged wheel monolithic aluminum and magnesium

9x19 front

behind the 12.5 x20

Pirelli PZero

255/35/19 front

335/30/20 rear

Brembo brakes in carbo-ceramic self ventilated with hydraulic servo

380x34 mm front, monolithic pistons 6

380x34 mm rear 4-piston monolithic

Dry weight 1210 kg

The weight distribution of the driving conditions: front 47% rear 53%


0-100 km / h 3.4 sec

0-200 km / h in 9.6 s


100-0 km / h in 2.1 s

200-0 kmh 4.3 s

The maximum lateral acceleration: 1.45 g (with road tires)

Downforce at 300 km per hour: 750 kg

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