Pagani has revealed the new Zonda 750 - a specially commissioned one-off version of its formidably expensive hypercar.
Little is known about the exclusive model, but it is thought to be based on the Cinque roadster, a limited edition Zonda which itself only spawned five examples. The 750 is destined for an unknown buyer in the Middle East.
The Zonda's new name is believed to reflect the output of the car's 7.3-litre V12 engine. That would mean a significant boost from the 670bhp it produced under the Cinque's hood and should ensure suitably stellar performance.
Pictures of the car show that as well as a striking purple paint job (which extends into the interior) the bespoke Zonda gets a unique inlet on top of its tiny roof to feed air to the twelve-cylinder engine.
Pagani has a history of producing tailored versions of the Zonda. The 750 follows the Pagani HH built for Danish software developer, David Heinemeier Hansson, and the one-off Uno commissioned by the Qatari royal family.