There are people out there who think Horacio Pagani's second car isn't as exciting as the first one, and that's why there's no such thing as the final Zonda as long as they don't run out of engines.
Pagani built his first Zonda in 1999, but that doesn't mean he won't keep making them as long as you have a million dollars to spare. The 760 horsepower "final" series started with the 760RS, then Lewis Hamilton got his purple coupe with a manual gearbox. Somebody in Dubai bought the third, then came the 760 LM and the mysterious 760 X.
I'm sort of losing track by now, but the latest 760 is interesting because it's the first 760 Roadster and the owner ordered it with a manual, just like Mr. Hamilton. So yeah, a 760 hp AMG V12 and three pedals. Call me in!
Shmee also went to see all the other cars at Topaz's workshop in London, where he found a McLaren F1 GTR, a McLaren P1 with pearlescent paint and a Bugatti Veyron. Why people bought so many Veyrons in black, I have no idea.