Monaco is a hotspot 365 days a year for luxury and exotic cars. From all the corners of the world cars are gathering in the wealthy microstate in Southern Europe. Many of the owners drive their cars up and down the boulevards, showing off their wealth to the many tourists and car spotters. But some owners keep their cars tucked away like this Pagani Zonda C12. Lucky for us, spotter Angel.F PhotoGraphy found this car and made some great shots!
The Zonda C12 was the first Pagani supercar to be constructed at the atelier of San Cesario sul Panaro. The bodywork, inspired to the Silver arrows of the Mercedes C group, encloses the essence of an unmistakable wind, where art and science beautifully combine to create a unique symphony, fascinating and bewildering at the same time. The car made its debut at the 1999 Geneva International Motorshow and this C12 is one of a very limited number of C12's produced. The C12 is powered by a Mercedes-Benz V12 engine (M120), producing 389 hp and 570 Nm (420 lb·ft) of torque. The C12 goes from 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 4.2 seconds and to 100 mph (160 km/h) in only 9.2 seconds. It is an amazing piece of engineering and just mind-blowing to see it on the street, or tucked away in a harbor.