Pagani Zonda F Wrecks in Hong Kong

Wreck Pagani Zonda F

Ah yes, yet another ultra-rare, ultra-expensive exotic wrecked. This time it’s a Pagani Zonda F, of which only 25 were ever made. None of those came to the States since it wouldn’t be street legal (damn EPA.)

The Pagani Zonda F’s body is made completely from bare carbon fiber as you can see in the pictures. The 594 hp 7.3-liter V12 engine can propel the Zonda from 0 to 62 mph in only 3.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of a claimed 220 mph.

It’s unclear what exactly happened in the crash, but according to sources, the Zonda driver was headed back from a track event when an out of control truck forced the car into a row of unparked cars. Not sure if their insurance is going to cover this one.

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