Simply called the Pagani Zonda 750, the new car features a bit of a mixed-bag worth of components taken from the Zonda parts bin. Incorporating a number of features from the exquisite Pagani Zonda Cinque, and the ballistic Pagani Zonda R.
The '750' relates to the amount of horsepower the engine develops, translating to 560kW. It also features a number of cosmetic/aerodynamic enhancements similar to those given to the Zonda Cinque, only on this they're more extreme.
Everything on the car is, as per usual Pagani fare, carbon fibre or light-weight aluminium. It also features a bespoke roof with a large air intake snorkel taking up most of the roof panel, with two glass panels inserted on either side.
If you're thinking of stepping down to your local Pagani dealer to buy yourself one of these '750' Zondas though, you'll probably find it a bit difficult since this one is being made solely for a rich Middle East buyer who also commissioned the project.
We found a video of what could be the Pagani Zonda 750 being tested in pre-production form. It features the same roof as the design depicted above and the same 'hip-mounted' intake snorkels on the sides. The orange colour is said to be a vinyl sticker applied to protect the body and paint underneath.
Either way, listen to the sound of that V12.