Pagani ended series production of the iconic Zonda in 2011, but six years later, bespoke Zondas continue to leave the firm’s Italian production facility and perhaps the craziest of them all is the 760 Oliver Evolution, which was commissioned for the nine-year-old son (!) of the owner.
Built last year, the Oliver Evolution is the closest variant built to a road-going Zonda R and actually features a rear wing that puts even the R’s monstrosity on notice.
Unlike any other Zonda in the continuing 760-series, the Oliver Evolution’s wing is split into two and made entirely from carbon fiber. It incorporates truly massive endplates which are affixed to the rear quarter panels as well as a secondary, central spoiler very similar to that of the Zonda Revolucion.
Other bespoke components of the Oliver Evolution include a carbon fiber hood with two large air outlets, a Zonda Cinque-inspired roof scoop and a large carbon fiber fin in the center of the decklid. Insane doesn’t even begin to describe this beast.