An English fellow has been identified as the owner of this unique Pagani. The car is neither F nor Cinque but displays features not found in either of these cars.
As if a Pagani Zonda on its own wasn't enough exclusivity, an English customer by the name of Peter Saywell had himself this exclusive example specially designed. Saywell is apparently a supercar nut who owns exotics such as the Koenigsegg CCX, the Lamborghini LP640, the Porsche Carrera GT and a Techart GTStreet. And these are not all the cars in his garages either.
Sources say this one, spotted on its way to this year's Le Mans 24 hour, is built on the Zonda F chassis. More special is that a gearbox to be used in the upcoming C9 has been fitted in the car. It sports a modified exhaust system with unique tailpipes. The normal Zonda F displays four tailpipes that make a square shape and are housed inside a circle. This one features a flat layout inside a long horizontal oval. The rear diffuser is different too and seems as large as the one on the Zonda Cinque.
Yet the car is also different from the Cinque. For example there are no ram air scoops on the roof, and no air vents on the wheel arches. But again, the Cinque has been shown with normal Zonda pipes.