Horacio Pagani declares that his Zonda supercar has finally reached perfection with its latest iteration, the Zonda F. The "F" is presumably for five-time F1 champ Juan-Manuel Fangio, as Pagani dedicates this car to him. The unparalleled attention to craftsmanship is made evident through details such as the wooden steering wheel and bespoke switchgear. The car is built completely by hand--ten of them to be exact. If there was ever a car that could be considered art, this is it. Not only is the Zonda beautiful, but the numbers on this car are virtually unheard of. With the clubsport package, the 7.3-liter, AMG-sourced V-12 makes 650 hp and 560 lb-ft of torque--without the use of forced induction. Even more remarkable, weight is kept down to 2706 pounds through the use of various exotic--and no doubt expensive--materials. The weight-savings help the Zonda achieve 1.4 g on the skidpad, a number that was once exclusive to racing cars. That much power applied to such little small mass, results in 62 mph flying by in only 3.6 seconds, and the car will make it all the way to 214 mph. The Zonda is definitely a contender for fastest car money can buy, but only if you live in Europe. Don't worry though; Pagani has not said anything about pricing, which means you can't afford it anyway. We wouldn't be surprised if the new Pagani Zonda F brings Ferrari Enzo owners to tears as they realize they spent their money on the wrong Italian supercar.