Every Pagani is a work of art, built under the uncompromising standards and watchful eye of Horacio Pagani. This detailing job done on the Zonda Riviera by Topaz Detailing London is no less meticulous.
The Zonda Riviera recently went through Topaz’s Level 4 Detail, which the company says is one of its most extensive treatments. First the car is given a nice wash, followed by an exhaustive polish job that includes the engine, suspension components and exhaust system. The car is then wrapped in a protective film. It is one of the most painstaking detailing work done on a car and something even Horacio would be elated to see.
The Zonda Riviera started its life as a Zonda F before it ran with the current trend of old Zondas being converted to more modern 760 versions. The 7.3-liter, naturally aspirated V12 of the Zonda F which produced 594 hp has been upgraded for a power output of 760 hp. Of course, the entire bodywork has been modified to that of a 760 and now gets carbon dive planes in the front, a large carbon spoiler and shark-fin at the back. It has an updated diffuser and roof scoop from the Zonda Cinque.
The Riviera is one of the most beautiful 760s to come out of San Cesario sul Panaro. It’s finished in a crisp white paint job with light blue highlights and acres of bare carbon fiber. The white and blue color scheme is inspired by the colors of the French Riviera. It rides on black alloy wheels and the brake calipers are painted in the same shade of blue. Inside you see a similar color scheme with exposed carbon fiber and oodles of blue Alcantara.