Oof. We should have put a warning at the top of this page for anyone who loves the Pagani Zonda F. That photo is painful to look at.
Yes, according to , this screaming yellow Zonda had its sultry life cut short this past weekend after an unintended off-road excursion.
We're at the mercy of Google Translate to suss out what happened here, but Al Muraba indicates that excessive speed may have played a factor in this wreck.
Excessive speed, you say. In a 602-hp, sub-3,000-pound, carbon-fiber Italian supercar that did 0-60 in just a smidge over 3 seconds.
You don't say.
Our hastily Google-translated report also indicates that the owner had only had the car for a week before the crash.
So that's one less Zonda on the road. But don't fret too much: While Pagani "officially" stopped building the Zonda back in 2013, with enough money you can still convince the supercar maker to build you a brand-new one today.
Perhaps Mr. Pagani will be getting a call from Dubai soon.