Final, one-off Zonda has been commissioned by the Qatari royal family

This is the Pagani Zonda Uno - the final, one-off Zonda that has been commissioned by the Qatari royal family.

The supercar's body is a unique design, taking cues from the Zonda R and the Cinque special editions. It also features additional carbonfibre bodywork, although some of this is obscured in the spy photos by a protective film.

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The Zonda Uno is expected to be powered by the Zonda Cinque's 690bhp 7.3-litre naturally-aspirated V12.

No further details of the car have been released.

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15 June 2010

Ok, someone has got to put there foot in the door...enough spin-offs Zonda! Sort of hoping this is the last.

15 June 2010

It's not really a spin off, it's a bespoke car for a customer. I just wish i had the money to commission one.

15 June 2010

[quote rosstopher]

It's not really a spin off, it's a bespoke car for a customer. I just wish i had the money to commission one.

[/quote]Dead right. Always thought the Zonda was the quintessential sports car of the modern age.

15 June 2010

Sorry to hear this will be the last.I was saving up for the Zonda Panda....

15 June 2010

I did have the chance to see about 10 (did not count) Zondas 3 weeks ago in Trieste. All of them are stunning but there was a Zonda Cinque Roadster - now that car is immense, car porn to the max ... when you see it in the flesh ... and revving ... no words ... no words to describe it. There was an Enzo, the new SLS (a joke in the flesh - never wil it be a classic), Ford GT etc. but the Zondas stole the show. I also spoka a bit to mr. Horatio Pagani ... almost couldnt speak because of the emotion and immense respect for the man. Conclusion: Zonda is another league.

This Uno seems to be the same car as the Cinque Roadster which means ... it is epic.

15 June 2010

I like Zonda's, but god this is aweful!, thank God it's a bespoke car!, it'll be driven if it's lucky of the specially commissoned plane onto it's specially commissioned trailer, into it's specially commissioned garage and will likely never see the light of day again!, which is a good thing,looks like it was and probably was designed by a bored sixteen year old!

Peter Cavellini.

19 June 2010

Here, here! Well said Peter!

20 June 2010

Repulsive ! When are they going to produce a Zonda which has actually been designed ?

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