Pagani Zonda 760 Dauphine
Dauphine comes from the name of the red Renault Dauphine which Horacio Pagani used to work on one for his first ever vehicles in 1972. The exterior of the Zonda Dauphine previewed a brand new exclusive red tinted carbon never seen before. It also features the headlights of the Zonda JC, which unfortunately was another issue for the design due to it coming from another one-off Zonda. However Dauphine wished to bring back the wing and small fin from the Zonda 750, a car which never was built but had a perfect mix between Cinque and 760, with a small sharkfin and a Cinque-height wing. It also features HP Barchetta wheels, Zonda F rear fender intakes and LM brake lights.