From Prototype 0 comes a close look at one of the latest creations from Horacio Pagani’s workshop: the Pagani Zonda ZoZo.
Sporting a striking and deep shade of purple on the exterior, this latest Zonda will be headed to Japan upon its creation. In a March 17 post, Prototype 0 explained that this ZoZo, a 760-spec Zonda, will be headed to Japan upon its completion. It’s set to be delivered by Tokyo-based Bingosports to Yusaku Maezawa, who founded ZozoTown, the Japanese online clothing outlet for young adults that recently celebrated 10 years of business.
The 760 Zonda series derives its name from the 760 hp created by its naturally aspirated 7.3-liter V12 engine. Each supercar from this boutique manufacturer receives incredible special attention at every point of its creation. As with the Pagani Zonda 760 LH, created for Louis Hamilton, the majority of Zondas are created as one-off examples, specifically catered to the preferences of its new owner.
An example of this attention to detail can be found in the bolts used to construct these vehicles. As we outlined in a March 25, 2013 article, the bolts used to create a Huayra cost a cumulative $112,000 on their own. Each is hand-machined from grade-7 titanium to include the Pagani logo, bringing the price of an individual bolt up to $80. To see a full breakdown of the Huayra bolt cost, check out our article here.
Be sure to flip through the pictures of this new Zonda ZoZo, and stay with us for more updates from the automotive world.
(Source: Prototype 0)
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