It indeed the most powerful Pagani of all time:
Quietly revealed back in September 2019 when the first car shipped to its rightful owner. Imola followed a series of several versions for its Huayra hypercar introduced by Pagani.
The extreme computer modeled after the famed Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit. Situated in Imola and reflects an ultra-rare version limited to just five cars.
Technical specs have shrouded in mystery. But Pagani China has now provided some juicy details to accompany these official images that show one of the four remaining vehicles.
The twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 engine produced especially for Pagani by Mercedes-AMG currently puts out an impressive 827 horsepower and 1,100 Newton-meter (811 pound-feet) torque.
Apart from having an updated Affalterbach engine. The Huayra Imola also benefits from revamped bodywork with even more insane aero. Note the gargantuan wing at the rear. Where the diffuser looks even more violent than the one built in the Huayra BC “normal.”
The side profile of the coupe has also updated because we see more air intakes than before. Not to mention the roof scoop harking back to the Zonda days.
There’s no news about how much it costs. But you can believe this one much more expensive given that the Huayra BC valued at $2.5 million when it came out in 2016.
We’re not going to too disappointed if it costs more than the $3.5 million Huayra Roadster BC. As it’s much more unique-Pagani made 40 roadsters-and comes with a good power boost.
Technical specs have been shrouded in mystery. But Pagani China has now provided some juicy details to accompany these official images showing one of the four remaining vehicles.
The twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 engine built especially for Pagani by Mercedes-AMG currently puts out an impressive 827 horsepower. Which makes it more powerful than the setup used for the Huayra BC Roadster at 36 hp and 50Nm.