US $ 17.5 million (about $ 23.71 million). Read it, let it settle for a second, then wipe the tears with a dirty hundred dollar bill. Not because you want this specific car, but because you probably do not have that kind of coin to throw on a set of wheels (and we do not).
However, the most prominent is not the record breaking price, but the fact that this car is not even a real convertible. That's right – you can just drive it on the sunniest days with your dodgy toupee on the full show.
Those who are fans of the Italian market will remember that Zonda ended its eighteen year production race recently carried some latest special edition models. Zonda HP Barchetta is one of them and there are only three in the world ̵
The car's dazzling prize revealed by Top Gear makes it more expensive than the previous record switch, Rolls-Royce Sweptail, who went for $ 13 million.
So what do you get an eight price pricing? Less. Much less. Zonda HP Barchetta (named after Horacio Pagani) comes with a traditional manual transmission geared to the company's 6.0-liter twin turbo V12 to deliver 590kW power.
And did we mention that there is no thanks? It lets you wonder where the remaining $ 16 million went … o wait, our bad.
The Zonda HP Barchetta gets a fancy window design, rear-wheel markings and a strange snorkeling track that may or may not be a metaphor for a penis extension.
Not convinced? We are not either. We are waiting for Mercedes-AMG's Project One. See the clip from Goodwood below and let us know if you think the coin is worth the car.