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Pagani Zonda Returns In New 760 X And 760 LM Variations

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Pagani Zonda 760 X (Image via Prototype 0)

Pagani Zonda 760 X (Image via Prototype 0)

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Despite Pagani telling the world that that its Zonda Revolucion would be the last of its Zonda line of cars, it appears the Italian supercar marque will still build you a new Zonda should your pockets be deep enough. Today we have the first details on two new Zonda special editions: the 760 X and 760 LM.

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Both are built to the same specs as the most extreme road-going version of the Zonda, the 760, but the cars may simply be upgraded versions of previously-built Zondas rather than all-new cars. Power in the 760-spec cars comes from a 760-horsepower version of AMG’s 7.3-liter V-12. The cars also come with a sequential gearbox and a host of upgrades borrowed from the hardcore Zonda R.

The 760 X is believed to be headed to China and is easily recognizable by its baby blue exterior. The combination of painted panels and those in bare carbon appears similar to that used on the Zonda Cinque from 2008 but the car also gets the famous Italian Tricolore pinstriping.

Pagani Zonda 760 LM (Image via Prototype 0)

Pagani Zonda 760 LM (Image via Prototype 0)

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The 760 LM, meanwhile, is believed to be registered in the Principality of Andorra but owned by a Pagani fan from Argentina. As its name suggests, the styling of the 760 LM has been inspired by Le Mans prototype race cars. The car has a few unique elements such as the oversized rear wing; the front section of the car is also very different to most other Zondas, with new headlights, extended wheel arches and a vented hood all present.

For additional photos of both cars, head to Pagani enthusiast website Prototype 0.

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