Italian supercar maker Pagani has finally introduced its long-awaited Imola hypercar, named after the racetrack on which it was modeled and fine-tuned. Based on the Carbo-Titanium and Carbo-Triax monocoque used by the Huayra BC Roadster, the new Imola features a revised bodywork with a crazier aero, a lightweight paint known as Acquarello Light, keeping the Imola at just 2,747 pounds, more than 200 pounds lighter than its Huayra coupe.
Under the hood, Imola is powered by a massive 5,980-cc twin-turbo V12 sourced from Mercedes-AMG, capable of pushing out an incredible 827 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of torque, routed through a seven-speed sequential gearbox developed by the motorsport specialist Xtrac.
“The aerodynamic technology behind the Pagani Imola is evident in three of its key features. The general outline, the internal aerodynamics and the external aerodynamic details, such as the fins, winglets and deflectors”, explained in the press release Horacio Pagani, Founder and Chief Designer of Pagani Automobili.
Priced at €5 million ($5.41M) the hypercar will debut next month at the Geneva Motor Show. Unfortunately, only five of these beasts will be made, and all have already been purchased. Sorry guys.
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