The well-known repository of all-things aesthetically pleasing in the automotive world Speedhunters, posted an article on the most recent in long line of 'final versions' of the Pagani Zonda: the Revolucion. You can view the original piece here.

Amongst the typically stunning images from and we noticed something in an interior shot of the USD2.8 million hypercar that immediately grabbed our attention: a $3 Anderson connector.

The image above is cropped from the original by to highlight the Anderson SB50 connector. Here the connector is used to quickly attach a trickle charger to the car's battery without the need for the rear cowl to be removed. You can also see a pair of Souriau Motorsport connectors sharing the bespoke aluminium mounting plate.

Even on a money-is-no-object build, the simplicity and reliability of Anderson's ubiquitous connectors make them the best solution for two-pole automotive battery connections.

More information on the Anderson Power Products range of single-pole and multi-pole connectors is available here.