Last Pagani Zonda supercar teased
An exclusive Zonda 760 Roadster has been hand-built for its owner as the last in a line of exclusive Pagani Zonda models
A unique Pagani Zonda 760 Roadster has been teased on Instagram, and is said to be the final factory-built Zonda. While the supercar's production run officially ended in 2019 – when it was replaced by the Pagani Huayra – a small number of special limited-edition cars have been created since.
It's the final car built as part of Pagani's 760 Series, which are all custom cars created for its prefered customers and are based on existing Zonda chassis. They feature the same legendary 7.3-litre AMG-sourced V12 engine tuned to produce 750bhp (760PS, hence the name).
The drop-top has been created in collaboration with LMM Design, who worked with the car's buyer to come up with its unique design and specification. Teaser shots show the car features a prominent Pagani Zonda R-style carbon fibre air intake that reaches over the car's roll hoops and should create an exciting soundtrack inside the cockpit.
A large rear wing is also fitted, hinting that despite the open-top design, there are few concessions to performance. LMM Design's Instagram feed also includes photos documenting the 760 Roadster being hand-built at Pagani's facility near Modena, Italy, and show the car’s trademark quad-exit exhaust layout, as well as the double wishbone suspension’s race car-style components.
London-based LMM Design offers services including 3D rendering, modelling and logo design to customers. It was founded by Harry Poore, who cut his teeth designing cars for racing games.
Other Zonda 760 owners include seven-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton with his Zonda 760LH, while it is thought that this new model developed in conjunction with LMM Design takes the total number of bespoke 760 Series models to 22.
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