This is one of the most striking bespoke Pagani Zondas we've seen yet.
Over 20 years after it started production, the Pagani Zonda still refuses to die because rich customers keep commissioning special one-off variants. This latest one-off is called the Pagani Zonda Zun, and it's certainly one of the most striking examples we've seen. We got our first look at the Zonda Zun back in June in a series of design renders, but now the owner has taken delivery of the bespoke supercar and was recently spotted showing it off on the streets of London.
Photos and videos of the Zonda Zun have emerged online showing the custom supercar in all its purple glory, allowing us to see it in the metal for the first time.
Distinguishing the Pagani Zonda Zun is an eye-catching gloss purple paint job similar to Lewis Hamilton's Zonda 760LH with contrasting matte grey elements. It reportedly started life as a right-hand drive Zonda F Roadster before getting the bespoke treatment from Pagani.
Elsewhere, the Zonda Zun has been fitted with a custom hood, new prominent air intakes, and a carbon fiber shark fin. The rear wing also looks noticeably larger than other 760 series models. Inside, the cabin looks just as striking as the exterior as the air vents, gear shifter, and other trim elements have been given the purple treatment.
No specifications have been revealed for the Zonda Zun, but it's likely powered by the same 7.3-liter naturally-aspirated V12 as other 760 models tuned to produce 760 hp.
Will this be the last custom Zonda? Probably not. Last year, Pagani said that he will keep building bespoke Zondas if there is still enough demand, but only models that are based on an existing chassis. It isn't known how much the owner paid for the Zonda Zun, but Pagani has previously said these modifications can cost as much as $1 million.