/Pagani Zonda LM 760 Ended Up in Andorra

Pagani Zonda LM 760 Ended Up in Andorra

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A few days ago a mysterious Zonda prototype was spotted leaving Pagani factory in Italy, confusing those who saw it with its weird headlights, giant rear wing, and ‘LM’ logo. The car has now been delivered to its owners in Andorra and more details about it have become clear.

It is called the Pagani Zonda LM and it belongs to the ultra-high-performance 760 series. The car is inspired by Le Mans racers, hence the LM badge and the unique headlights. That, and the rear wing, makes this Zonda one of a kind.

Other features of this super special Zonda include full carbon fiber body, black wheels, Tricolore brake calipers, roof scoop, Tricolore stripes on the hood, and a two-tone black and white interior. Not to mention there are quite a few LM emblems as well.

Pagani Zonda LM 760 is reportedly built for an Argentinean customer who also owns a Zonda Cinque Roadster and a Zonda R. It’s been registered in Andorra where they don’t really care about the fact that its emissions standard is Euro 3!

Photos by Andorra Supercars via PrototypeZero

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