News March 19 2003 – Pagani Zonda F - more photos –Page 2
- mechanical 6 speed (+ reverse).
- 4 ventilated Brembo disks, hydraulic power brake. Steel brakes: front 380x34 mm 6 piston caliper; rear 355x34 mm 4 piston caliper.
- Carbon-ceramic brakes*: front 380x34 mm 6 piston caliper; rear 380x34 mm 4 piston caliper.
- TRW rack and pinion power assisted.
- Forged aluminium/magnesium alloy APP wheels; 19" front, 20" rear.
- Michelin Pilot Sport 2: front 255/35/19 rear 335/30/20.
- 4 independent wheels with double A-arm; pull rod helical springs and Öhlins adjustable shock absorbers; anti-roll bar; aluminium/magnesium alloy suspension arms.
- Structure: central carbon fiber chassis; front and rear Cr Mo space frames; carbon fiber "MD System" bodywork panels.
- length 4435 mm; width 2055 mm; height 1141 mm; wheelbase 2730 mm; dry weight 1230 kg (without Comfort Pack and with CCM brakes).
- 46% front; 54% rear.
- ~600 kg at 300km/h (Clubsport version); downforce distribution: ~270 kg front; ~330 kg rear.
- TMD remote diagnosis. Texa Mobile Diagnostic.
*Optional on special request
- ABS/Traction Control Bosch; central carbon fibre safety cell with steel and carbon fibre roll bar; front and rear impact energy absorbing structure in carbon fibre and Cr Mo.
- Acceleration 0-100 km/h 3.6 sec; 0-200 km/h 9.8 sec
- Lateral g's: 1,4 g with SPORT setting
- Braking 200-0 km/h: 4,4 sec
- Top speed: >345km/h
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