HH customer reveals details about his one-off special edition

The one-off Pagani Zonda HH built for an anonymous US customer has been revealed.

The convertible HH uses many of the same parts as the standard car, but combines all the best, and lightest, parts made for special editions of the Italian supercar.

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These include a carbon-titanium tub, ceramic-titanium exhaust and carbon-ceramic brakes. As a result of these changes, the HH is expected to weigh around 1200 kg, although no official figure has been given.

It is powered by the Zonda Cinque’s AMG-sourced V12, mated to a manual gearbox.

The HH is finished in Monterey Blue and will not have the rear-mounted air intake seen on other production Zondas.

The identity of the customer has not yet revealed, but the letters HH represent the future owner's initials. The is expected to be delivered by the end of the year.

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3 August 2010

"expected to weigh around 1200 kg, 30 per cent lighter than a standard production Zonda" Really? That would make the standard Zonda 1700 kg!

3 August 2010

I'm certain that the performance is impressive. It will always be an anomaly, a marque that has earned its stripes for little more than top speed and exclusivity. I could buy one just past typing this diatribe: I'll pass...

3 August 2010

The person has no taste when he ordered this car with his wallet!, and personally if your going to buy something like this,it Has too have a ROOF!

Peter Cavellini.

3 August 2010

On the basis of the taste, or lack thereof and the name: Hugh Hefner? I do realise that if he could fall into the thing he'd be unlikely to ever get out... Any other suggestions to brighten up a dull Tuesday?

3 August 2010

I can't understand the hate this is getting here. Granted, it's not the prettiest Zonda ever - and the Zonda isn't the prettiest car ever - but I derive some satisfaction just knowing that Pagani exists and makes such wonderfully bonkers creations.

3 August 2010

I'm getting a bit bored with the Zonda now. Granted, I'd chew my own arm off if it meant I could own one. But it's about time they updated the styling a bit surely, even if it's just new front lights instead of the current kit-car type ones.

3 August 2010

[quote PRODIGY]

I'm getting a bit bored with the Zonda now. Granted, I'd chew my own arm off if it meant I could own one. But it's about time they updated the styling a bit surely, even if it's just new front lights instead of the current kit-car type ones.

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Prodigy, the Zonda is dying. It's ceasing production about now, its all-new replacement is due next year. Same goes for the Lambo Murcielago, which seems to share the Zonda's product life cycle timing-wise (the original versions of both both featured on the first episode of the 'new' Top Gear back in 2002).

3 August 2010

[quote Straight Six Man]Prodigy, the Zonda is dying. It's ceasing production about now, its all-new replacement is due next year. Same goes for the Lambo Murcielago, which seems to share the Zonda's product life cycle timing-wise (the original versions of both both featured on the first episode of the 'new' Top Gear back in 2002).[/quote]

Thanks for the heads up SSM. Your knowledge of cars is unparralelled and quite scary sometimes lol ;)

Looking forward to the replacement then. This looks good for a run-out version - I take my comments back.

3 August 2010

a carbon-titanium hub sounds very expensive. perhaps he should have just bought a lola, and made it road legal.

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3 August 2010

[quote Autocar]The one-off Pagani Zonda HH built for an anonymous US customer has been revealed[/quote]

Ho-Hum. Yet another "This is the last Zonda - no really, we mean it this time." They should just say they're going to keep selling the car until the new one comes out, like everybody else does, instead of wasting engineering effort on production runs of one.

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