The one-off Pagani Zonda Riviera has just been delivered to a showroom in Saudi Arabia.
Remember the ? Back in July, a low quality promotional video was released showing off the latest in a long line of one-off Zondas as the iconic Italian hypercar refuses to die. Based on the Zonda F, the Zonda Riviera has now been delivered to exotic car dealership based in Saudi Arabia, and the first official photos shared on social media give us a clearer look at the bespoke hypercar. Put simply, this is quite possibly the best-looking Pagani Zonda we’ve ever seen.
The striking exterior features a stunning pearl white paint scheme with contrasting gloss fiber elements that’s pleasing to the eye. Of course, this combination of paint and carbon isn't uncommon on Zondas, but bright blue accents help distinguish the Riviera. The blue accents represent the horizon colors of the French Riviera the car is named after. A central blue stripe runs the full length of the car, and accents have been applied to the black wheels. Elsewhere, blue pinstripes run above the carbon side skirts, and four carbon canards are on the front fascia. It also sports a roof scoop, an aggressive diffuser, a larger rear wing and a shark fin. All-in-all, the exquisite exterior is similar to the limited Zonda Cinque.
Inside, the custom cabin is just as striking as the eye-catching exterior. The bucket seats are lavished in bright blue leather to match the exterior’s accents, while the rest of the interior is a sumptuous mix of black aluminium, alcantara and carbon fiber. Being based on the Zonda F, the Riviera is believed to be powered by a naturally-aspirated 7.3-liter AMG V12 that produces 800 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque. The Pagani Zonda may be over 15 years old, but its iconic design still doesn’t look dated. If Pagani keeps producing one-off Zondas to this high standard, we certainly won’t be complaining.