What is expected to be the very last Zonda has rolled out of the Pagani factory in Modena, Italy.
Italian automaker Pagani has produced what is expected to be the last Zonda it will ever build. The special example is dubbed the 764 Passione, and was snapped at the company's Modena showroom by LotusTalk member MadMan Markiss. As expected, the final Zonda is distinguished by bare carbon fiber and hot pink accents. The numeric name, however, comes from the augmented 6.0-liter Mercedes-AMG V12 that now packs 90 more horses than the Zonda Cinque.
While most Zondas were equipped with sequential transmissions, this one has the same six-spped manual as F1 champ Lewis Hamilton's Zonda 760LH. Tricolore racing stripes give it an extra dash of Italian style, but that's about all we know about this final Zonda for the time being.