Crashed Pagani Zonda C12 S spotted being transported in Italy
That's not a pretty sight...
It is very rare you get the chance to see a Zonda as Pagani only ever made 140 examples of the exclusive hypercar, but when you do, it is a big event...even if the one you see is on the back of a flatbed on a main road.
This YouTube video shows a Pagani Zonda C12 S being transported along a main road with nothing but a cover on top, but even that isn't doing a very good job of hiding the damage.
The first thing you may notice is that the Zonda is slanted to one side which suggests a rather big shunt to that side which has perhaps caused some suspension damage.
On top of that, the rear bumper looks to have suffered some physical damage too. And that's carbon fibre, meaning you have to replace the whole thing, which won't be cheap.
Motor1 has said that this car is chassis number 20 and is painted in Blu Francia along with special wheels with matching blue inserts and a cream interior. They also claim that this car was originally sold to an Arab prince, but was then bought back by Pagani.
Horacio Pagani himself has even been seen behind the wheel of this in the past and it also sat on display in the Pagani Museum for some time.