A one-of-one Pagani Zonda Riviera was revealed today. That’s right, it’s yet another Zonda. It began life as a Zonda F but recently, the owner decided to spend some cash and get his Italian exotic upgraded. This has been the trend with Zonda owners in recent times.
The Zonda Riviera is quite rightly a one-off finished in a crisp white paint job with light blue highlights and acres of bare carbon fiber. Apparently, the white and blue color scheme is reminiscent of the horizon colors of the French Riviera and hence the name.
The bodywork has been modified and now gets carbon dive planes in the front, a large carbon spoiler at the back, updated diffuser and roof scoop from the Zonda Cinque.
The interior is a blend of exposed carbon and blue alcantara. It rides on black alloy wheels and the brake calipers are painted in the same shade of blue. The Zonda F came with a 7.3-liter, naturally aspirated V12 by AMG. In its stock tune, the engine made 594 hp @ 6150 rpm and 561 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm. Whether it received an engine upgrade as well is still unclear.