Pagani Zonda 750: a one-off purple supercar

Article by Christian A., on October 8, 2010

Before ending the run of its Zonda model, Pagani has chosen to release another one-off incarnation of the Zonda. Pagani will soon be replacing the Zonda with the C9. The Italian hypercar producer based this vehicle on the Zonda Cinque and gave it the “750” name.

Pagani gave this vehicle several exclusive features that make it deserve a “creme de la creme” status, such as the rear window’s design.

The performance details of the model have not been released but it’s widely believed that its name stands for its power rating.

If this is the case then this vehicle would be the most powerful road-going Zonda ever. So far, the most powerful Zonda on record is the track-only model that features a 6.0 liter unit supplied by Mercedes-Benz’ AMG division that has an output of 750 hp and 710 Nm of torque.

The vehicle’s owner (who is unnamed for now) apparently has taken a liking to this special, loud color. Interestingly, there were two other one-off Zonda incarnations before the 750 – the HH and the Uno.

The first is the most recent and belongs to software mogul David Heinemeier Hansson. The vehicle weighs 1,210 kg (2667 lbs) and features a V12 AMG unit that develops 687 hp.

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