We’re now just months away from the reveal of Pagani’s next model, the codenamed C9, so it’s not surprising that a trickle of special edition models are being released to mark the end of the line of the company’s first model, the world beating Zonda supercar. In the recent past we’ve seen cars like the RAK, 750, HH, Uno and Tricolore, and now we can add the Absolute to that list.

The new car features a bare carbon fiber body, with some elements finished with a matte look and others getting the gloss treatment. The central element is an Italian flag pinstripe running down the middle of the car.

No performance details have been released but the car is thought to be largely based on the Cinque platform, which means it will likely be running a 7.3-liter V-12 with a healthy 678 horsepower on tap. This should be enough to propel the car from 0-60 mph in just 3.4 seconds and see it reach a top speed of more than 220 mph.

The Pagani Zonda Absolute was reportedly commissioned by a customer in Hong Kong, though this can’t be confirmed as Pagani is traditionally very discreet with the details of its clientele. Follow the jump below for more images of the stunning carbon fiber beauty.