Another day, another special Zonda. The Pagani supercar is set to speed off into the sunset soon and be replaced by a new model. But before it does, the Modenese exotic automaker has been keeping (themselves and us) busy with special editions. The Cinque was one, followed by an additional run of Cinque Roadsters. Then came the track-bound Zonda R, followed by the Zonda PS, and the Tricolore edition unveiled in Geneva. And now this, the Zonda Uno.
Reportedly commissioned by a member of the Qatari royal family, the Zonda Uno bares the same turquoise paint scheme as the rest of the prince's motor pool. Otherwise, it features elements borrowed from the Zonda R and the previously-mentioned Cinque, including the air scoop and rear diffuser, and the latter's 690-horsepower 7.3-liter V12.
Nice work if you can get it, and you can bet the Al-Thani family payed dearly for it.