Before it ends its run, Pagani released a one of a kind supercar Pagani 750 in all its purple glory. The supercar maker will soon terminate the Zonda to give way to their new release the C9.
The purple Pagani was based on the Zonda Cinque and tagged it with 750 to come with its name. Pagani injected some exclusive features to this special production making it the crème de la crème of their garage. The details of its performance have not yet been revealed but everyone is speculating that its name denotes the power of its powerplant.
If we are guessing it right then this purple Zonda 750 will be the most powerful ever of the road-going supercar brood. The top power rating of the Pagani garage so far is the track only version of the Zonda which makes use of the 6.0L engine supplied by the AMG division of Mercedes-Benz which blasts out 750 horsepower and a torque of 710 Nm.
The owner of the purple Zonda has not been named but has personally expressed his inkling for the loud, special color of the supercar. There were also two prior incarnations of the Zonda before, the Uno and the HH. The HH now belongs to the collection of David Heinemeier Hansson, the software mogul. This Zonda creation made use of a 687 horsepower V12 AMG engine.
The hottest new Zonda on the road – and on the race track – is this absolutely magnificent Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster. Close to 700 horses, millions of torques and over 200 miles an hour at its top speed – a true dream car.
It looks a little less classy than the Zonda F roadster – but it’s also a little more aggressive. Is that a good thing? Well, I guess that depends on your personal taste, no?
How can you NOT love it, though?