A new example of the Pagani Zonda, called the ZoZo, has been created by the car manufacturer and this is a one-off version of the hypercar.
The Pagani Zonda should have been long gone according to the Italian based automaker but it seems that Pagani cannot simply let this impressive ride go away, for now at least. After announcing “the last Zonda” numerous times over these past few years, a new one is here and it has been called the Zonda ZoZo. This particular supercar is looking similar to the Zonda 760 LH (Lewis Hamilton), except for the two extra rear lights sitting above the standard ones, blackened out, and some other tweaks.
According to prototypezero.net, the model in question is basically an entirely new vehicle, not just an upgrade of an existing ride, and this will be delivered in Japan by Bingosports, a Pagani dealership based in Tokyo, to the founder of Japan’s largest online fashion mall, Zozotown, which is also where the supercar is taking its name from. Power to this new one-off example of the Zonda is being provided by the same 7.3 liter AMG developed naturally aspirated V12 engine, which is capable of producing a total output of 760 HP (559 kW), which should allow it to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in about 3 seconds. The first unit of the impressive Zonda has been introduced back in 1999 and the model already has a successor, the Huayra, but it is simply too hot to be left aside.