Back in 2013, Pagani announced that the Zonda Revolucion would the last Zonda they would produce, but the car’s popularity prompted the Italian manufacturer to regularly add new releases to the sport car range. The latest we’ve showcased was the 760RSJX, unveiled back in late November, but now it’s time to take a closer look at an even more recent model, a one-off called the 760 Roadster.
This very special vehicle is completely hand-built and is equipped with a manual gearbox. Like all Zonda 760s, it is equipped with an AMG7.3-liter V12 naturally aspirated engine outputting 760 hp (559 kW). It also comes with a carbon blue finish, as well as a clear protective film applied by Topaz London, an acclaimed specialist in vehicle detailing and paint protection film.
You can watch a clip of the Zonda 760 Roadster while at Topaz, just before the supercar was shipped to its new owner, who reportedly is based on a another continent.