We have seen bits of the Zonda HH before and we know that it’s going to some lucky son-of-a-gun in the United States, but now we have a full view of the one-off supercar, and this guy’s dream car, from Pagani .
The Zonda HH has the typical carbon-titanium tub and carbon ceramic brakes. Under the hood is the Cinque’s V12 producing 680 horsepower mated to a manual gearbox and a titanium exhaust system. Whoever this person is, they are a true sports car lover.
The exterior will be painted in Monterey Blue with yellow accenting. The design is still being worked out, but the rich man hopes to have his car by the end of the year. The only thing the car won’t have that most Zondas do is a massive rear-mounted air intake. This car should be pretty special. Maybe he’ll let us have a go (just a subtle hint in case the owner happens to read this).
UPDATE 11/04/2010: We’ve just received more details on this spectacular one-off Zonda. First off, it was commissioned by an American by the name of David Heinemeier Hansson and his spectacular one-of-a-kind ride is ready for pickup.
Hit the jump to get more details on this amazing vehicle and check out the gallery to see pictures of the car-in-waiting.
A few months ago, David Heinemeier Hansson asked Pagani to build him his own Zonda, one that’s completely unique from any other of its kind on the planet. So in an effort to accommodate his wishes, Horacio Pagani and company did just that, building the one-off Zonda HH just for Mr. Hansson. The result is a supercar that’s powered by a 7.3-liter V12 machine that produces 678 horsepower and 780 Nm of torque with a top speed of 217 mph and a 0-60 mph time of 3.4 seconds.
Now, the car is ready to meet its owner and is waiting for Mr. Hansson to pick it up at the Carugati Dealership in Geneva, Switzerland. Paging Mr. Hannson, you’re one-off, multi-million dollar supercar is waiting for you. Best pick it up now before something happens to it.