Pagani Zonda S (2000 - 2002)

Just one year after launching the C12, the first evolution of the Zonda was introduced in the 2000 Geneva Motor Show (Switzerland).

The main changes focus on the front lip, with an elongated tip and flanked by two fog lights.

In the back, the spoiler gets divided in two pieces that are linked to the body on their sides. Two cooling ducts for the engine are opened on the engine cover.

The V12 engine grows in capacity to 7 liters, which allowed for a remarkable power bump of 105 hp (103 bhp).

In 2001, the C12 S won the evo Car of the year award from the prestigious British magazine evo Magazine.

During the two years it stayed in production, a total of 16 units were built.

Zonda S

Production type :

Limited edition

Drive wheel type :

Rear wheel drive

Chassis materials :

Carbon fiber

Body materials :

Carbon fiber

Body shape :

Two seater grand tourer

Road legal :

Yes

Acceleration :

(0-100 km/h)

3.7 sec

Top speed :

Unknown

Engine layout :

Mid engined longitudinal

Specific power :

434 hp per tonne

Weight :

1280 kg

Dimensions :

(l/w/h)

4395 mm / 2055 mm / 1151 mm

Fuel consumption :

(l/100 km)

Unknown

Fuel tank :

Unknown

Autonomy :

Unknown

Engine

Internal code :

M120 E70

Displacement :

7l (7010 cm³)

Type :

Naturally aspirated V12 60º

Number of valves :

48 (4 per cylinder)

Max. power :

555 hp (408 kw) @ 5500 rpm

Max. torque :

750 nm @ 4100 rpm

Max. Rpm :

Unknown

Specific output :

79 hp per litre

Brakes

  • Front

    Disc diameter :

    355 mm

    Disc material :

    Steel

    Number of pistons :

    4


  • Rear

    Disc diameter :

    335 mm

    Disc material :

    Steel

    Number of pistons :

    4

Transmission

Type :

Manual

Number of gears :

6

Tyres

Manufacturer :

Michelin

Model :

Pilot Sport

Type :

Sport

Front dimensions :

255 / 40 / R18

Rear dimensions :

345 / 35 / R18