As of September 2021, Pagani was still working on Zondas, even though the original version of the supercar debuted way back in 1999. Today we’re talking about a special edition (aren’t they all?) from the early days of the mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive speed machine since the C12S came out in the early 2000s as an evolution of the firm’s first supercar.
The jury is still out on how many were made, with some reporting Pagani built just five while others are saying 12 units were assembled. We do know one of these cars is not on the road anymore considering a bright yellow example was crashed in the Czech Republic. Details are limited at this point, but initial reports say the accident took place on a twisty road just outside of the country’s capital and largest city, Prague.
What matters the most is that the driver didn’t sustain any serious injuries after the car fell into a ditch and collided with a tree. While the side profile and rear end seem to be ok, the front clamshell has seen better days. We also wouldn’t exclude some damages to the underbody following the supercar’s brief off-road adventure.
For the full story, check out this article from Motor 1.