Photography: Karissa Hosek/RM Sotheby's

When it comes to rare supercars, it doesn’t get much better than this 2010 Pagani Zone R Evolution, which is just one of 10 built between 2009 and 2011. After sitting parked in a garage for the last decade, it’s being offered for private sale via RM Sotheby’s for the princely sum of $6.5m.

Thhis Pagani Zonda R Evolution supercar is expected to fetch $6.5m and is for sale via RM Sotheby's
Photography: Karissa Hosek/RM Sotheby’s

The pristine Pagani motor has just 632 miles on the clock and features a black carbon fibre body, lightweight magnesium alloys, gold trims and details, as well as signature quad exhaust and two rear wings and quad tips.

Under the bonnet is a Mercedes-Benz 6.0-liter V-12 engine on a six-speed sequential transaxle, and the Evolution Spec bumps it to 800 horsepower. The Pagani Zonda R Evolution reaches zero to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds and tops out at an impressive 230 mph.

Under the bonnet is a Mercedes-Benz 6.0-liter V-12 engine on a six-speed sequential transaxle, and the Evolution Spec bumps it to 800 horsepower. The Pagani Zonda R Evolution reaches zero to 60 mph in just 2.7 seconds and tops out at an impressive 230 mph.
Photography: Karissa Hosek/RM Sotheby’s

According to RM Sotheby’s, this is the first Pagani Zonda R Evolution to be offered publicly in the US, and the auction house expects interest to be high in the supercar.

Interiors are outfitted for racing, with the Pagani tricolour scheme continuing across the interior via gold accents and red leather bucket seats
Photography: Karissa Hosek/RM Sotheby’s
A close up of the lightweight magnesium alloy rims, gold details and carbon fibre body work
Photography: Karissa Hosek/RM Sotheby’s
A close up of the tail lights with gold and red details, and carbon fibre black body
Photography: Karissa Hosek/RM Sotheby’s
The pristine Pagani motor has just 632 miles on the clock and features a black carbon fibre body, lightweight magnesium alloys, gold trims and details, as well as signature quad exhaust and two rear wings and quad tips.
Photography: Karissa Hosek/RM Sotheby’s

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