The Zonda Sapphire was introduced in 2019. It is a rebuild of a Zonda F finished in exposed carbon from China, the Sapphire is finished in satin blue carbon with white accents.
The Zonda F is lighter, more powerful and faster than its predecessor. It takes the modifications adapted to the C12-S Monza and refines them into a more appealing package.
The Zonda King was originally another F Coupe owned by Aaron Kwok. This was originally a Zonda F, which has been rebuilt into another 760 Model. Finished in full carbon, it features a Cinque-style wing.
A special one-off built for Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser Al-Thani, a member of the royal family of Qatar, famous for his turquoise car collection. Originally, the car was a Zonda F Roadster that was crashed and rebuilt.
Pagani decided that a Zonda R for the road was a good idea so they spent a year developing the Zonda 760RS. Lewis Hamilton wanted one, but with a manual gearbox. Welcome to the world Pagani Zonda 760LH.
Pagani Automobili created the Zonda Tricolore as a tribute to the National Aerobatic Team. The latest Zonda variant is this Tricolore special edition. Like the Cinque, the Tricolore has numerous special features
The Zonda GJ was commissioned by a Scottish entrepreneur Gareth Jones whose Zonda S heavily crashed in 2009.  It has had several lives since then also.
Built as the ultimate track day supercar, this model builds upon the previous Zondas, but takes their engineering to the next level. The most extreme Zonda made, it is an absolute monster.
This one-off Pagani Zonda is based on the 760 RS model and pays tribute to the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans race. Unlike other special edition Zondas, the LM has revised headlamps.
When an Asia-region customer wanted a  Zonda faster than the Zonda R with his own personal touches, Pagani complied. The Pagani Zonda 764 Passione is the result. It is similar in spec to the 760LH.
This new special edition comes with lots of custom parts, a special exterior paint, and back window. Although the car is based off of the Cinque, the custom parts allow the vehicle to get its own individual look.
Pagani were comissioned to build a one-off convertible Zonda in Monterey Blue, that features the engine from the rare Cinque (680hp 7.3L AMG V12) and most of the bodywork from the Zonda F Roadster.
Pagani decided that a Zonda R for the road was a good idea so they spent a year developing the car you see here, the mighty Zonda 760RS – or ‘La Bestia’ (The Beast) as it’s known within Pagani.
The Zonda PS was a one-off special that was commissioned by Peter Saywell. Saywell’s Pagani Zonda PS features unique touches like a modified exhaust, a redesigned diffuser similar to the Cinque.
The F Roadster combines the coupe's performance with open air driving and fine craftsmanship. Pagani says their cars have a soul and, when looking at the details, a Zonda is a sight to behold.
Pagani, eager to make the C12 a real supercar, asked AMG to supply several M120 V12 7.0 engines with more power. Tuned by Mercedes-AMG, the engine had 542 hp and was mated to a new 6-speed manual.
After successfully marketing the Zonda for three years, Pagani upgraded the Zonda to include a new 7.3-liter V12 (found in the 1995 SL 7.3 AMG). The Zonda also got traction control for the first time.
For 2013, Pagani released the Zonda Revolucion. This is an evolution of the track-only Zonda R, that has a more powerful Mercedes-Benz V12, automated aero and a lighter carbon-titanium central chassis.
The Oliver Evolution is the closest variant built to a road-going Zonda R. Unlike any other Zonda in the continuing 760-series, the Oliver Evolution's wing is split into two and made entirely from carbon fiber.
The Zonda C12 was the first vehicle produced by Pagani Atelier and was presented at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show. The exotic coupe had a curved windshield and the interior was equally impressive, fashioned after a fighter jet
The "Kiryu" (Japanese for 'machine dragon'), was built for Bingo Spots (Japan's official Pagani dealer). Personally specced by Horacio Pagani himself, the car was required to remain in situ for at least six months.