Nothing instills more fear and intimidation on the roads than the bodies of carbon fibre that leave Pagani's factories. And now, after 10 years, the Zonda is about to be retired and in its place, the C9 will continue to give Ferrari and Lamborghini a run for their money.
These are a few of the spy pictures that a particular citizen journalist has taken in South Africa where they were testing the vehicle. Obviously the C9 is still heavily camouflaged so don't expect everything you see here to appear on the production car but just look at that rear! In that paint it really does seem to be another Batmobile. And that hole above where the license plate should be would definitely bear the pipes for the exhausts, classic Pagani style. Under the hood will be AMG's 6.0 litre twin turbo V12 which would belt out roughly 700bhp, and for a featherweight supercar, it would mean a sub 3s 0-100 timing.
Oh and one more thing, gull winged doors.
You've got to love the new Italian monster from Pagani..