The Pagani Zonda is two decades old, though it hasn’t stopped customers from continuing to commission the Argentine-founded Modenese supercar maker for one-off projects based on the the model that has been succeeded by the twin-turbocharged Huayra, itself discontinued, in standard guise at least.

This bespoke build is on a right-hand-drive layout, making it a rarity even among the carbon-fibre creations from the company. Powertrain is likely to be the most recent 760 hp iteration of the 7.3 litre naturally aspirated V12 sourced from Mercedes-AMG, likely paired with a sequential transmission as suggested by the carbon-fibre shift paddles seen behind the steering wheel.

The front end of the Zonda Zun is treated to an unpainted carbon-fibre splitter as well as double-decker dive planes, while the roof air scoop and air intake ducts ahead of the rear wheels come from later variants in the Zonda’s lifecycle such as the Cinque Roadster.

Further along, the rear wing appears to be slightly larger than those in the more recent 760-series of cars, additionally featuring a secondary spoiler, painted in the same deep shade of purple as the rear diffuser and the rest of the car. The interior reflects the tone set by the exterior, with purple finishing on the gearlever, handbrake lever, air-conditioning vents, door sills, instrumentation and contrast stitching.

Given past form, there could well be even more bespoke Zonda commissions to surface in the future, even though production of Pagani’s first model has long since ended. These will likely turn out to be reiterations of factory original Zondas, such as the Fantasma Evo that has undergone more than one such makeover.

GALLERY: Pagani Zonda Fantasma Evo