Pagani has cranked out a special one-off version of its Zonda supercar, dubbed rather torturously the Pagani Zonda 760RSJX.
The car above is the latest in a line of custom-made Zondas and, according to GT Spirit, the 760RSJX was created at the request of a Chinese supercar collector.
Developed by Pagani under the code name 760X, it’s clear that the 760RSJX’s owner has an intense affinity for pastel green. Not only does the colour adorn much of the car’s body, including the front splitters and rear diffuser, but it’s also used on the car’s brake calipers. Step inside and there’s pastel green leather covering the seats, floor, steering wheel, A-pillars, ceiling, centre tunnel and much of the dashboard.
The Zonda 760RSJX celebrates its Italian heritage via a green, white and red strip down the centre of the vehicle, which matches the country’s tricolore flag. Out the back, the Zonda’s three vertically stacked tail-lights feature rings finished in green for the top lens, white in the middle and red on the bottom.
Underneath the skin, the 760RSJX features the same drivetrain as other 760-Series Zonda models, including Lewis Hamilton’s 760LH. Behind the driver and passenger is a naturally aspirated 7.3-litre AMG V12 engine cranking out 567kW (760PS) of power.
Similarly, the 760RSJX’s aero package is shared with other members of the 760-Series, and includes an unmissable adjustable rear wing and two winglets ahead of each of the front wheels.