But not all is lost.
First things first, this bespoke Pagani Zonda PS 760 doesn't appear to be completely totaled. It is damaged though, and its repair costs will certainly not be cheap. A number of Instagram users managed to take a few pictures of the Zonda PS 760 as it rested on the side of the A27 highway in the UK. Exact details of the crash are still unknown, but the damage has been done. The entire front end has been ripped off, likely as a result of skidding on the wet road and then smacking into the guardrail.
There's also damage at its rear end, specifically the newly bent rear wing. The Zonda 760 PS, one of the most famous Zondas ever built, is owned by Peter Saywell, and this crash reportedly took place on the way to a Saywell-organized track day. The Zonda 760 PS was initially very similar to the Zonda F, though it was customized with four horizontally situated tailpipes instead of the then typical square shape units. In more recent years, Saywell sent the Zonda 760 PS back to Pagani in Italy for some major upgrades, including all new body panels and the current shade of blue paint. Good thing Saywell has the money because his Zonda will soon be heading back to Pagani for some major repairs.