Design firm LMM Design has teased its upcoming Pagani Zonda 760 Roadster on Instagram of ahead its reveal in 2022.
Said to be the fifth and final entry to the one-off 760 Series, the Pagani Zonda 760 Roadster will be “brand new” and is the first Zonda LMM Design has fully created in partnership with the Pagani factory.
This convertible hypercar one-off will mark the end of Zonda production, according to LMM Design.
Full specifications of this Zonda 760 Roadster will apparently be “revealed soon”, and the car is currently being built at the Pagani factory.
Like every other 760 Series version of the Zonda, it’s expected this Roadster will be powered by a Mercedes-AMG-sourced 7.3-litre naturally-aspirated V12 engine producing 559kW of power and 780Nm of torque.
It’s uncertain if this 760 Roadster will come with a manual or an automated manual transmission.
A set of teaser images show the side profile of the car, as well as parts of the production process.
The shadowy side-profile teaser image of the 760 Roadster shows the Zonda with its roof obviously lopped off, along with its signature air scoop and rear spoiler fin.
Pagani is partial to bespoke one-offs of its vehicles, and the Zonda has amassed the most thus far. It has been in some form of production since 1999, and was the company’s first vehicle.
Production of the Zonda was capped at 140 units, before the one-off 760 Series kicked off in 2012 with the 760 RS that was made for a Chilean businessman.
The three other 760 Series special Zonda models are said to be the 760 LH built for Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, the 760 KAQ, and the 760 Viola.
In 2017, the Zonda HP Barchetta was said to be the last Zonda that Pagani would manufacture.
Then, in an interview with Top Gear during 2019, Pagani CEO Horacio Pagani indicated future one-off Zonda models would be built – but that they’d be based on an exisiting chassis.
Pagani’s successor to the Zonda, the Huayra, has been in production since 2012 and the most-recent iteration is the track-only Huarya V12-R that produces 625kW and 750Nm.
The Italian hypercar manufacturer is now also in the process of developing its next model, codenamed the C10, as detailed by Mr Pagani in an interview with Italian publication Quattroruote.
This new Pagani hypercar is set to debut in June or September 2022 at the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci in Italy.
The Zonda might still have some life left in it for now, but it seems like Pagani is already thinking two steps ahead.