Unless you happen to be friends with them on social media or in real life, chances are you won't really know who owns a certain hypercar. Sure, there are a few exceptions of those post on Instagram, but other owners prefer to have a more quiet life. In particular, we're curious as to who is the lucky owner of this 'new' Pagani Zonda Zun.

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Going into the details of the Zonda, this model appears to be a one-off commission featuring a unique purple color along with a host of exterior upgrades never seen before on other Zonda models. So far, the photos seen here are only renders, which means that the Zun has yet to be or is currently being built. Nonetheless, it gives us an idea as to what could be one of the craziest Zonda commissions ever created.

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New on the Zonda Zun are the custom hood with carbon air extractors combined with a carbon fiber arrowhead nose. It also features carbon fiber canards and splitters, giving it a wilder, aggressive look. At the rear, there are new intake vents which sit on top of the rear wheel arches. A roof scoop similar to the Cinque Roadster then connects to a vertical tail fin which is attached to the wing. Completing the Zun's exterior changes are the smaller, secondary wing and rear diffuser painted in the same color.

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Other noticeable details on the Zonda Zun include it being an open-top roadster model and it is right-hand drive. Expect it to feature the upgraded 7.3-liter AMG-sourced V12 which produces 760 horsepower.

Pagani has built yet another one-off Zonda... image

If you're confused as to why there are still 'new' Zondas being built, that is because some of these specially commissioned models aren't exactly brand new. Instead, these 'one-offs' are based on standard Zondas built in the past. The owners then asked Pagani to build them a new one by modifying the existing chassis. Thanks to the help of a friend, we were able to identify that the Zonda Zun started in life as a standard Zonda F Roadster with chassis #76077. However, the original car was destroyed in a crash but was later rebuilt into the Zonda Zun seen here.

This particular Zonda is going to a "Mr. Ma" based on the photos. Considering that it is a right-hand drive model, it is likely going to a country with right-hand drive orientation. After some digging on the web, we've deduced that the lucky new owner is based in Hong Kong and goes by @zunzun__ on Instagram.