Pagani Huayra Imola or a unique supercar with 827 horsepowerFebruary 14, 2020
This is actually the most powerful Pagani supercar ever to exist. The new Pagani Huayra Imola will debut next month at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Italian supercar Imola is another performance of the Pagani Huayra. Named after the famous race track located in the Italian city of Imola, Italy, the hardcore novelty is an extremely exclusive supercar – only five copies will be built. As with most high-end cars produced in small series, they are all already sold.
The technical specifications of the car were hidden at the time of the announcement of the novelty, but now the automaker has announced some details, as well as a couple of official images showing one of the remaining four cars.
The 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 engine developed by Mercedes-AMG specifically for the Pagani delivers an astounding 827 horsepower and 1,100 Nm of torque. The motor works with a seven-speed automatic transmission. That makes it 36 horsepower. and 50 Nm more powerful than the Huayra BC Roadster.
In addition to a more efficient engine, the Imay-made Huayra also has an improved body structure with an even more elaborate aerodynamic body kit. Pay attention to the giant rear wing, as well as the diffuser, which looks even more aggressive than the one installed in the “usual” Huayra BC. The side profile of the coupe has also been revised – there are many air intakes than before, not to mention the roof, reminiscent of the times of the Zonda model. Huayra Imola weighs only 1,246 kg.
There is no data on how much the novelty will cost, but given that the price of the Huayra BC roadster was $ 2.5 million, you can imagine that the Huayra Imola will be much more expensive. We won’t be too surprised if it costs more than the Huayra Roadster BC, which costs $ 3.5 million
Not so long ago, we wrote that the unique Carbon Pagani Huayra roadster was auctioned. The founder of the company, Horatio Pagani, called this model “the most complex project.”
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