Bespoke Pagani Zonda involved in crash
The £1.5million supercar recieved extensive damage in UK car accident
The unique Pagani Zonda PS 760 has been involved in an incident in West Sussex, UK.
It is believed that the £1.5million Zonda was travelling as part of a convoy en route to a track day when the accident occurred on the A27.
Although the precise details of how the collision unfolded are yet to be disclosed, the images show that the car has been badly damaged at both the front and the rear.
It is the front-end that appears worst hit with the entire carbonfibre clamshell ripped off in the accident and seen strewn at the roadside.
At the rear, the spoiler and rear-left corner have both been extensively damaged also.
The Zonda PS 760 is part of the run of special editions commissioned to celebrate Horacio Pagani’s first ground-up road car creation as its successor, the Huayra, emerged.
Following the naming pattern of three-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton’s bespoke 760 LH, the PS carries the convention with ‘PS’ referring to the car’s owner Peter Saywell.
It is not known if Saywell, a renowned car collector, was driving at the time of the incident.
Images courtesy of West Sussex Police