A Pagani Zonda GJ one-off supercar has been involved in a crash recently in London which has significantly affected its body.
Crashing a supercar can be dramatic but how about crashing a one-off supercar? Well this happened recently in London and it’s not the only Pagani Zonda to be involved in an accident this week as we have been reporting about the Zonda F crashed in Dubai just a few days ago. The model in question is called the Pagani Zonda GJ and it is a one-off version of the model This has been delivered originally to a Scottish customer, order as a Pagani Zonda S, but it was involved in an accident back in 2009.
The supercar has been rebuilt and it received a new name after the process, the Zonda GJ. Besides the new name, the model in question has also added new front splitters, side skirts and side mirrors from the Cinque and some parts from the F and Tricolore. The images posted below are showing the expensive exotic ride crashed through a fence. The incident has taken place in London recently and if you have more details on how it occurred, please feel free to share.
In the meantime we will remind you that the Pagani Zonda GJ has been finished in matte carbon and it has received a front wing upgrade, rear wheel arches integrated intake scoops and several other goodies. Power to the Zonda was provided by a choice of three engines, all of them signed by Mercedes-AMG, a 6.0 liter V12, a 7.0 liter V12 or a 7.3 liter V12, connected to a 5-speed manual, a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed sequential transmission.