Sure, the Pagani Zonda went out of production a few months ago, but apparently, that hasn’t stopped the rich and mighty from ordering their own one-off version of the Italian supercar.
The newest one-off Zonda is going to be called the Absolute and is being built for a customer from Hong Kong. Maybe we should order one too – if we had the money that is.
Anyway, the newest Zonda follows a growing list of one-off supercars Pagani has made for a select group of customers. We’ve seen the 750, the HH, the Rak, and the Uno and now, we have the Absolute.
Details on the car are still limited, but from what we’ve heard and seen about it through photos, the Zonda Absolute looks to have been built using a bare carbon fiber body with a striped pattern similar to the Zonda R. You’ll also notice the Italian red, white, and green “Tricolore” running from the car’s hood all the way to the rear end. The Zonda Absolute will also come with a carbo-titanium chassis that can also be found in the Zonda Cinque.
As for the engine, nothing has been confirmed yet, although there’s word that it’s going to be powered by an AMG-sourced V12 engine with an output of somewhere north of 700 horsepower.
That’s about all we know of the newest one-off Zonda to be commissioned for a wealthy and lucky customer. Something tells us that this won’t be the last special edition Zonda to be made.