Pagani may be hard at work developing its next-generation sports car, but customers with piles of cash at hand can still commission the automaker to build specialized forms of its outgoing Zonda model. The most recent example, it seems, is this mysterious Zonda 750.
There isn’t a whole lot of information on this latest bespoke creation, but like the customer-designed Zonda HH revealed back in August, this latest model is again built off the already limited-production Cinque. It receives a few special touches, including the retina-scorching purple paint job, and a custom rear window in lieu of the usual roof-mounted air intake. The Zonda 750 also receives special wheels, which are trimmed in a color that matches the body’s hue.
Since the 750 is essentially another gussied-up Cinque, the car uses a 7.3-liter V-12 sourced from Mercedes-Benz AMG, and bolts it up to a six-speed sequential manual transmission. Although this engine typically rips out a solid 678 horsepower and 575 pound-feet of torque, the 750 in the car’s name hints the engine may be capable of cranking out a whopping 750 horsepower.
The precise output is still a mystery, as is the person who commissioned the Zonda 750 itself. Expect more details to be revealed once the car has been delivered to its owner. Will the 750 be the final Zonda before the C9 launches? Only time — and buyers with piles of cash at hand — will tell.