When Pagani unveiled the first Zonda to the world in 1999, it was meant to be a limited production model and end in 2011. Back then, the Zonda 760 was touted as the last Zonda model to be built and capped off with ten track-only Zonda R (pictured). However, it seems there is another final Zonda being built, called the Pagani Zonda 764 Passione.
The final hurrah for the Zonda is said to come with distinguishing pink highlights, such as pink painted brake callipers, pink trimming lines on the body, and some pink elements in the engine compartment. The Zonda 764 Passione is expected to be underpinned by the Zonda F platform.
The San Cesario sul Panaro (near Modena, Italy) based company is tight lipped on details at the moment, but words in the grape vines are the model will come with a tuned version of the latest Zonda 760 models – the 760 RS, 760 LH and 760 RH, and is equipped with a manual transmission.
The above mentioned models are all fitted with an AMG 7.3-litre naturally aspirated V12 engine producing 566kW (760hp). Expect at least some power boost with the 764 Passione.
More details to come.