Pagani has unveiled another one-off special edition of its Zonda hypercar.
Called the 750 and commissioned by a Middle East client, it is based on the exclusive Cinque roadster, of which only five have been made, with a number of bespoke additions.
As can be seen from these images it comes with a purple paint job and a unique air inlet set on the roof of the car accommodated by a different rear window design. It also has a purple interior.
Official details are scarce, but there is speculation that the 750 moniker may denote the amount of horsepower the car offers.
This would be an increase over the 669bhp produced by the 7.3-litre V12 in the Zonda Cinque, so it is likely the 750 will be able to go from 0-62mph in around three seconds.
It is the third such one-off Zonda produced after the HH, built for Chicago-based software mogul David Heinemeier Hansson, and the Uno, built for the Qatari royal family.