The Pagani Zonda may be 14 years old, but it seems the company’s first supercar is simply refusing to retire. The main reason behind its prolonged life is that customer order keep pouring in. This is how the bespoke 760 series was born, which, as of September 2014, included just two unique models: the 760 LM and the 760 X. Four months after the Le Mans-like LM was delivered to its owner, Pagani created yet another model, this time refer to as the 760, with no initials whatsoever. According to Prototype Zero, the third Zonda of the 760 series was delivered in Dubai to an unknown but wealthy collector.

Like most recent Zondas, this specific 760 is unique, showcasing a combination of exterior and interior features not seen on any other supercar of its kind. Is this the final Zonda to come out of Italy? Well, we thought about that with each 760 series model and the Italians returned with a new iteration every time. This 760 could very well mark the end of an era for Pagani, but it looks like we’ll just have to wait a while longer to find that out. Meanwhile, let’s have a look at Pagani’s latest creation below.

Click past the jump to read more about the Pagani Zonda 760.

  • 2014 Pagani Zonda 760
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Pagani Zonda 760 in detail

2014 Pagani Zonda 760 Exterior
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Much like the 760 LM, this 760 is characterized by a bare carbon-fiber body and several aerodynamic enhancements. The supercar is fitted with a large splitter up front, and a larger motorsport-like diffuser and fixed wing around back. Although the wing is smaller than the 760 LM’s, this unit is equipped with the LMP-spec fin and massive roof scoop seen on previous 760 models. The carbon-fiber body is complemented by a bordeaux stripe that runs along the center of the car from nose to tail. The black, menacing visuals of the car are completed by a set of black-painted, eight-spoke wheels with large brake discs and red calipers.

Interior details are difficult to spot from these photos, especially with the seats being wrapped in protective covers, but it appears the cockpit mirrors the exterior in terms of colors. Black Alcantara and leather cover most of the surfaces, while the aluminum inserts have been blacked out.

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There’s no word on what lies under the long rear bonnet, but it’s safe to assume the base, AMG-sourced, 6.0-liter, V-12 powerplant is lurking behind the seats. Output likely sits at 760 horsepower and hits the pavement through a sequential gearbox. One thing’s sure, this Zonda must have cost a fortune.

Source: PrototypeZero

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