Pagani has just introduced the Zonda Zun version. This is the last version of this supercar after 20 years of appearance.
First appeared in 1999, Pagani Zonda is a rare model still produced today. However, after 20 years of service, Zonda’s reign may end with the Zonda Zun.
Possessing a purple exterior paint, the car is also equipped with additional air holes on the capo cap, heat sink slot in the 2 front wheel cavities, the air intake wing in the front bumper and the arrowhead vehicle, all equal to carbon fiber.
In particular, the design of the convertible is quite similar to the Zonda Cinque Roadster. This detail extends to the spoiler, also by the car’s carbon fiber.
Besides the large carbon fiber spoiler, Zonda Zun is also equipped with a small purple spoiler underneath.
Similar to other versions of the Zonda 760 One-off Series, the car is powered by a 7.3L naturally aspirated M276 V12 engine produced by Mercedes-AMG. This engine block has a capacity of up to 760 hp and 780 Nm of torque.
Although only 136 are produced, there are dozens of unique versions of Zonda produced. Most of these versions are upgraded from the chassis of the first Zonda. And Zonda Zun is not an exception.