Here’s an amazing look at the $2.6-million Pagani Zonda 760RS. The Zonda 760 RS is another one-off version built for a businessman in Chile, Marcos Hites, which has been said it’s a very close friend of Horacio Pagani. It has a 760 hp engine attached to a sequential gearbox and finished with a carbon exterior and black interior. The 760RS also features a distinctive rear fin that runs down the centre of the car, while also feature the same air ducts and roof air intake as the Cinque. Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.
Even though this is the most extreme road-going Zonda in existence, those same qualities that make the ‘lesser’ Zondas such easy supercars to drive are all still present. The ride remains exemplary, for example, completely defying what you would expect for something that’s so low it appears to be glued to the tarmac.
And while the engine is rabidly more powerful in this latest incarnation, there’s still a truckload of torque on offer at any revs (with a peak of 575lb ft at 4500rpm), so no matter what gear you’re in, acceleration is never less than ferocious.