Pagani unveiled one more one-off edition of the too-gorgeous-to-die Zonda, called the 760 Roadster.
As you may have already guessed, it features the 760hp 7.3-litre AMG V12 that we first seen in the 760RS and it’s mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, just like the purple 760LH Lewis Hamilton drives. It’s the first 760-Series Zonda in Roadster form and it’s already on its way to meet its owner somewhere in the Middle East.
Despite its lack of a roof, the 760 Roadster retains the crazy air intake of the coupe model but since we are talking Pagani here, no one expected any less from Horacio.
Finished in a two-tone colour combination, the body features a clear coat of carbon-fibre goodness on the lower part and its aerodynamic agenda. A thin layer of blue paint completes the rest of the bodywork while still allows the carbon weaves to remain visible.
As Smee150 explains on his video, the car was being treated to a full protection-film coverage in order to keep the crazily expensive bodywork as safe as possible from stone chips and other road debris.
We can’t really tell if this is finally the last Zonda or not. We already know that AMG has stopped the production of the M120 V12 engine that powers the Zonda, but there is no info on how many of them are still sitting somewhere in the Pagani factory waiting to breathe life into another carbonfiber masterpiece.
They say money makes the world go round and in this case, money makes Pagani build more Zondas.
By Michale Karkafiris