Pagani Utopia
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Arushi Sakhuja
This is great news for all petrolheads and gamers out there. After Zonda and Huayra, both designed by Horacio Pagani himself, the most recent hypercar to make its way into the market is Pagani’s Utopia. With just 99 cars, the limited edition hypercar is estimated at about $2.19 million. The virtual version of the car will be launched in Zynga’s popular game CSR Racing 2, a hyper-real mobile drag racing game, available in both App and Play Stores, from September 16-22.
The new sports car boasts of exceptionally high levels of refinement and is hand-designed and developed over six years in the production atelier in Modena, north Italy. Combining traditional handmade craftsmanship and innovative high-tech creativity, the Utopia is a new rage. The company has announced only 99 models of Utopia, all of which have already been bought by collectors, and will be rolled out by 2023.
Exterior 
Unlike the current trend for electric cars and SUVs, the Italian car maker has stuck to its roots and crafted the Utopia with 852-horsepower, powered by a Mercedes-AMG V12 engine developed specifically for Pagani. Known for its outrageous designs, upon first sight, you will be blown away. Its unique rocket-shaped central exhaust system and raised rear wings make it a sight to behold.
Pagani Utopia
Photo Courtesy: Pagani
Utopia radiates simplicity and brings together art and science. It asserts itself straightaway with a shape that is more fluid and curvaceous. From the windscreen, with its rounded upper edges, to the details of its wings and bonnet, its softer contours give it a new expression, a new outline. But what changes the game is the upward opening doors of the car.
Pagani Utopia
Photo Courtesy: Pagani/ Instagram
Pagani Utopia
Photo Courtesy: Pagani/ Instagram
Pagani Utopia
Photo Courtesy: Pagani/ Instagram
Interior 
The interior of Utopia features original design elements that are neither modern nor retro, rather, timeless.  In a hue of deep maroon leather punctuated with aluminium accents, the interiors look royal and quite like a sportscar. Staying away from mainstream design elements, the car has no screens apart from the minimal display in front of the driver, and all the instruments are purely analogue with easy-to-read dials. Further, the steering wheel has been reinvented and is made with a solid aluminium block, the pedals are also made from a single block of metal, while the gear lever is completely metal.
Pagani Utopia
Photo Courtesy: Pagani/ Instagram
Pagani Utopia
Photo Courtesy: Pagani/ Instagram
Pagani Utopia
Photo Courtesy: Pagani/ Instagram
Pagani Utopia
Photo Courtesy: Pagani
Tech Specifics
Pagani Utopia
Photo Courtesy: Pagani
Pagani Utopia
Photo Courtesy: Pagani/ Instagram
Coming to the engine and the tech specifics, the Utopia has a new twin-turbocharged 6.0-litre V12 mill, specially designed by  Mercedes-AMG for the Italian car maker. With 852 horsepower the Utopia weighs only 1,280kg! The car also features a unique suspension system called semi-active and is capable of withstanding both track and road days.
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