Pagani Zonda…guess who’s back again

It could be a case of ‘the Zonda is dead, long live the Zonda’ or maybe ‘guess who’s back, back again…’ well which ever way you want to say it, it seems the Supercar that was suppose to have ceased to be in 2013, with the exception of the Revolucion, the Pagani Zonda, is back again.

Now we know Pagani can’t help themselves when it comes to the Zonda, producing several one off specials, 3 alone in 2017, after all it is an awesome Supercar so if a customer comes along with a big fat wallet and ask’s you to create a special one off, naturally it would be selfish to say no, in Pagani’s case you indulge and do it.

This latest incarnation of the Zonda is Russian tuning company TopCar has just released these renderings showing an original car, which likely means it’s truly a new Zonda rather than an update of an existing car, a car that has been in development for the past 8 months.

According to these rendering images, the car is being built for a special customer of TopCar Design and will feature a predominantly blue carbon fibre body adorned with the coluors of the Italian flag and a full-width side strip matched with the gold wheels. The Italian flag motif can also be noticed on the sides of that massive rear wing as well as on the carbon fibre roof scoop, in fact almost everything you can see on the outside is made from carbon fibre, including the front fender vents and splitter, side skirts and mirrors, along with the rear diffuser.

Not shy on the interior either it is equally spectacular, with blue and white leather throughout, plus (more) carbon fibre and some wood on the retro-styled steering wheel, gear stick and handbrake lever.

Currently there is no word on the powerplant in this particular Zonda, however it is expected to be an AMG-sourced V12, producing somewhere in the region of 670bhp being sent from the engine to power the rear wheels…sounds good to us…

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