Pagani is building yet another Zonda. This time it could be based on an updated Zonda Cinque with a more powerful V-12 underneath. A few days back, an avid enthusiast had spotted the Zonda 760 LM at the Pagani factory. This very car has been built for a special customer, featuring exterior changes that give the Zonda the looks of a Le Mans racing prototype.
The Pagani Zonda 760 LM is a one-off and the recent model that is being prepared at the factory seems like one too. It features a two-tone paint job and a tricolore stripe in the center. Most of the body panels are from the Cinque with a few more extras for added downforce. These new aerodynamic surfaces seem to be derived from the Zonda R which is a track-only supercar.
The engine could be the same 6.3-liter AMG V-12, naturally aspirated to produce in excess of 750 horsepower. A 7-speed transmission could be used in this car with race-derived suspension and carbon-fiber chassis. The new Zonda also features bare carbon surfaces on the exterior and an interior complete with premium leather and brushed metal surfaces.
Source: The Supercar Kids