Pagani Zonda will not allow the spotlight to be away from it, even years after the Huayra has been introduced. Now, there is a very special one on the road that is specially hand painted by the well-known artist Shalemar Sharbatly. The design is so vibrantly beautiful that it is going to be difficult to keep your eyes out of the supercar.
The project began with Foglizzo, an Italian luxury leather company, who has the desire to show off their huge range of dyes for customizing the colour of their hides. The first thing they did was to wrap the supercar in white, and for four days, Sharbatly took her time to unleash her work of art.
When looking at the finished product, you can see that the artist has used different colours on different sections on the Zonda. To point that out, the front part is a combination of blue and green with purple touches, the driver’s side then has shades of sapphire and cerulean, and the passenger side looks better with some red, orange, and maroon. The rear end of the car, where the tail is, then indicates a mix of these colour motifs. It is a beautiful look for the already stunning supercar. We think that this Zonda is definitely ready to hit the road.
What we know about this is that it is a passion project between Foglizzo, Pagani, and Sharbatly. With the use of colours and art, they were able to show this with excellence.
The extremely talented artist calls her works “Moving Art” as her style is to take everyday objects and paint them in a way to give them life, through colours. This also elicits a certain mood from the viewers. Previously, she had already created a Porsche art car that was at the Louvre in Paris for a short period.
Pagani once said that they will end the production of the Zonda in 2013, but up until now, the company has not abandoned this idea and still build Zonda’s whenever a wealthy customer orders them. As recent as November 2017, the automaker made a drop top example with a blue carbon fiber body, subtle Italian flag stripes running up the hood, and gold highlights along the sides, which was specially made for a customer of Russia’s Topcar Design.
Will Pagani put a price tag on this beautiful hand painted Zonda by Shalemar Sharbatly? Or will they end up displaying this at another museum and keep it as a collector’s item? Shalemar Sharbatly is definitely one talented artist. If you look closely at the closeup photos of the Zonda, it looks as if she put so much effort into adding the smallest details of the car’s paint.