Pagani unveiled the Zonda supercar back in 1999 at the Geneva Motor Show, so in 2019 it was 20 years old. This is for sure the “oldest” supercar still into production – a proof that Pagani is doing things right! During its life about 140 units were built, making it also very unique. Most of the units built were also one-off edition so chances to see two Zonda looking the same are pretty limited.
Now, at the end of 2019 Pagani unveiled a new one-off Zonda called “Zun.” Like all the other Zonda cars, the one-off Zun is made mainly of carbon fiber and features a cool purple exterior paint.
The Zonda Zun is based on the Zonda F Roadster and can be distinguished thanks to its custom hood, the new prominent air intakes, a carbon fiber shark fin and a larger rear wing. The interior is also a combination of black with purple accents on the air vents, gear shifter, and other trim elements.
No changes were made under the hood, so the Zonda Zun gets the same 7.3-liter naturally-aspirated V-12 engine that delivers a total of 760 horsepower.