If you want a custom supercar that turns heads, is bound to be a collectible and combines performance with some of the finest craftsmanship in the industry, you can’t go wrong with Pagani.
Although the Italian automaker is focusing most of its efforts on the Huayra BC and Huayra Roadster, it continues to churn out one-off Zonda 760 models and the latest goes by the name of Fantasma Evo.
Unlike the other 760 models in the limited-run Zonda series, the Fantasma Evo didn’t always looks like it currently does. It originally left the firm’s factory in 2005 as the first right-hand drive Zonda F built. In 2012, it was destroyed in a high speed crash in Hong Kong and swiftly sent back to Pagani where it was originally turned into the Fantasma.
A couple of years later, it returned once again to Italy and made even crazier, hence the Evo name. Among the modifications include a full dark red carbon fiber body, red pinstripes, a new hood and an overhauled rear end that includes a larger-than-life wing.
As with the other Zonda 760 models, the car features a naturally-aspirated 7.3-liter AMG V12 engine delivering 760 hp.