Even though Pagani ceased production of the Zonda back in 2011, for those with deep enough pockets and if enough spare parts are lying around can have their very own Pagani Zonda built and added their initials added to the name of the vehicle.
As is the case with this bespoke creation. Made entirely from carbon fibre, Mr or Misses MD had their Zonda lightly coated in ink blue paint for the carbon fibre to be visible to the naked eye. All of the gorgeous body remains stock because why would you change it.
Inside, beige Alcantara covers both seats with spots of brown leather on either side. Aluminium inserts and exterior matching carbon fibre bits make up the dashboard and various other interior components. Interior options are unknown, but it’s clearly visible that navigation is not available although a radio tuner/ CD player is equipped.
760 horsepower is generated via a 7.3-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine paired to a manual transmission which is a rarity in itself in this day and age. How much MD paid for this one off is not mentioned. It’s safe to say that the price they paid for it far exceeded standard Zonda prices when new.
If you want a new Pagani Zonda straight from the factory, you are out of luck as all original 100 units are sold to customers around the world. With that said, apparently, a significant portion of these supercars are in the UAE and GCC but rarely pop up in the second-hand market.