1954 Pegaso Z-102 Berlinetta Series II

Named after Pegasus, the winged horse in mythology, the Spanish-made 1954 Pegaso Z-102 Berlinetta Series II came to life in 1951. This car is one of the seven-second series Berlinetta that was made on the Z-102 owned by Saouthik, and at one time, it was the fastest production car on the market with a high speed of 150 miles per hour. Each car in the series offers its own similar fine details, but all of them, including the 1954 Pegaso Z-102 Berlinetta Series II, come with a dramatic silhouette and a low roofline that leads the eye down to its curved fenders. This forms arches over the hood that reach over the round Marchal headlights and open up near the wheels. This offers not only a speed mobile that can really get up and go, but one that is every bit as stylish as well. It is also equipped with a twin ignition cylinder head.

When it was eventually acquired by the Netherlands in 1983, it was restored. The only major thing that was changed about it was the gearbox, which was replaced with a more accurate unit from a different Pegaso. Today, the 1954 Pegaso Z-102 Berlinetta Series II has a tuxedo black livery that is complemented by a cream-colored roof and has since won awards at the 2016 Amerlia Island Concours d’Elegance. It is currently one of the most sought-after cars for its power and elegance. Learn more Here.


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