While everyone’s attention may be focused on the new Pagani Huayra, it seems that the Italian company still has a few tricks up its sleeve when it comes to their Zonda supercar. GT Spirit has found the first images of a one-off Pagani Zonda 760 RS - unique supercar that was created for a customer in either Chile or China, depending on which rumor you believe.

The Pagani Zonda 760 RS actually began as a custom built Zonda 750 requested by an Arab family, but when they canceled the order, Pagani transformed it into the 760 RS. The car is based on a Zonda F, but features an exposed carbon fiber exterior with a unique aerodynamic package that includes components from the Cinque, like the rear air ducts and the roof air intake.

The 760 RS name is representative of the good things found under the hood: an AMG-sourced engine that delivers a total of 760 HP - 90 HP more than the Zonda Cinque and 20 HP more than the Zonda R. This extra power will undoubtedly be enough to sprint the car to a top speed of more than 217 mph.

UPDATE 04/05/2012: Youtube user OuncesofAwesome12 was able to get up close and personal with the Zonda 760 RS and brought his video camera along for the ride. The video doesn’t exactly scream quality - the camera is very shaky and the angles are terrible - but at least we get a good deal more details than the random cropped image we had before. Then there’s the end of the video when we get to here the Zonda 760 RS’ amazing engine. Hit the jump for the video!

Source: GT Spirit

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  (577) posted on 05.23.2012

Good video to include in the article. At least, it’s proven that the Pagani wasn’t bad after all. 

  (6) posted on 05.1.2012

Anyway wts its TOP speed?

  (528) posted on 04.16.2012

It doesn’t matter if Pagani has been rejected or not, what’s important is they have recycled this into a more interesting automotive.

  (570) posted on 04.16.2012

I’m still curious about its history. I’m sort of glad that the original buyers didn’t get this, as this won’t be acquainted with the public if they did.

  (449) posted on 03.23.2012

Maybe there is something with the price because some of the components aren’t from the manufacturer.

  (401) posted on 03.22.2012

Okay, this sounds convincing, but I’m skeptical as to why it has been canceled? I truly hope that it’s not because this model has flaws.

  (452) posted on 03.21.2012

This is probably just unique because it is custom made. The features and performance can be found in other super cars too.

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