While Italian supercarmaker Pagani continues to work on bringing the all-new 'C9' to life, moneyed-up enthusiasts and others burdened with inflated wallets are still eagerly putting in orders for their own special version of the 11 year-old Pagani Zonda.
This time around, it's the Zonda HH, a one-off example built for a buyer in the US. Little has been revealed about the HH, although company founder Horacio Pagani has confirmed that it is essentially a merging of the Zonda F and the Zonda Cinque.
It is known that the HH will be built on the Zonda's carbon-titanium tub, with carbon-ceramic brakes resting behind centre-locking wheels, pulling the HH up in 2.1 seconds.
The Cinque's AMG-built V12 engine, producing 505kW and 780Nm of torque, will push the HH to 100km/h in just 3.4 seconds.
As with the Cinque, the HH is likely to weigh around 1200kg, with even the suspension made from ultra-light magnesium and titanium, and the wheels from aluminium and magnesium.
The Zonda HH is expected to make its way to its new home by year's end.