Pagani Zonda HH owner revealed

Pagani Zonda HH official renderings, 1280, 17.08.2010
Pagani Zonda HH official renderings, 1280, 17.08.2010

Commissioned by a 30 year-old software guru

According to a recent report, the Pagani Zonda HH was commissioned by David Heinemeier Hansson.

If the name doesn't ring a bell, Hansson is a 30 year-old software guru. He created the Ruby on Rails web development framework and is a partner at software development firm 37signals. Since he lives in Chicago, and the Zonda can't be imported into the United States, Hansson will leave the car at his Italian vacation home.

As we have previously reported, the Zonda HH is a one-off model which features a naturally aspirated AMG V12 engine with 678 hp (506 kW / 687 PS) and 780 Nm (575 lb-ft) of torque. Unlike the Cinque, power is sent to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual transmission. While detailed performance specifications haven't been released, the 1,210 kg (2,670 lb) hypercar should be able to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in approximately 3.4 seconds.

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johnny232 johnny232
Richard Hammond died inside!
Aug 19th, 2010 10:44am
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Shaktiman Shaktiman
Pure Car Porn!!!
Aug 19th, 2010 12:51am
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DearS DearS
I feel usually people just want love and attention, but they ask for a car, or in the case of my ex, sexual praises.
Aug 18th, 2010 10:21am
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I don't know why, but telling me it's stored in a holiday house just tempted me to go and steal it I love Zondas too much
Aug 18th, 2010 6:39am
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carcrazy1234 carcrazy1234
haha... that's like stealing the mona lisa.... its a one off, and your bound to get caught hahah... plus, he would have to absolutel camouflage this car which would essentially make the car lose its value... ppl would shoot the culprit for doing such a crime to such a car lol.
Aug 18th, 2010 9:18am
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rooster82 rooster82
LOL, I'll come and help you steal it. But all I ask for it in return is...That I get it on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. That's all.
Aug 19th, 2010 12:14am
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ussoleg ussoleg
Congratulation David. This is one hell of the car to have. It’s very sad, that you won’t be able to drive this awesome piece of machinery down the Michigan Ave. on the cool summer night. As a man who also lives in Chicago I hope sooner then later US will allow to bring Zonda’s to this country so you can enjoy your car w/o traveling overseas. Oleg S.
Aug 18th, 2010 3:13am
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scratchy996 scratchy996
780 Nn and a manual gearbox... just... beautiful
Aug 17th, 2010 11:49pm
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fred123456 fred123456
Niceeeee having my own Zonda and house in Italy should be sweeeeeeet!!!!!!
Aug 17th, 2010 11:14pm
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moodyaaa moodyaaa
OMG thats piece of ART
Aug 17th, 2010 10:07pm
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IN_ACtion IN_ACtion
what a waste of a beautiful car. leaving it at your vacation house :(
Aug 17th, 2010 9:07pm
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Antichrist Antichrist
I'd go and make it mine.
Aug 17th, 2010 9:30pm
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Wickedated Wickedated
I don't know if you live in the States but aside from maybe Arizona or Texas, I don't think the Zonda would do too well in the roads here, especially not the Northeast. The Zonda would be virtually undrivable in Chicago, not to mention the long winters. All that plus the total lack of dealership, mechanics, etc. This guy might as well leave it in his vacation house in Italy. Pagani is nearby, and within a few hours you could be taking that thing on the Autobahn where it belongs. Plus how great it must be to say: "Yeah, I got a 1 out of 1 Pagani Zonda in my Italian vacation home"
Aug 18th, 2010 3:33am
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