Italian supercar builder Pagani has revealed the final iteration of its Zonda supercar – the Revolucion.

The Revolucion has a carbon-fiber body that is powered by an 800-horsepower V-12 sourced from Mercedes. Owner and designer Horacio Pagani has included some cutting edge features such as Drag Reduction System (DRS), which changes the downforce settings of the rear wing for better stability, a track-tuned suspension, and a six-speed sequential gearbox.

The Zonda Revolucion has a carbon-titanium monocoque chassis that keeps the weight down to a stunning 2,358 pounds.

The cost is $2.9 million.