Pagani has officially revealed the new Imola hypercar, is a variant of the Huayra — albeit one that’s been re-engineered to be more hardcore than the original that will make its public premiere at the upcoming 2020 Geneva Motor Show.
Like the Huayra, the Imola relies on a Mercedes-AMG V-12 engine. In the Imola, however, Featuring a 6.0-liter V12 twin-turbo engine and an Xtrac seven-speed automated manual transmission, the Imola powers out 827 hp and 811 lb-ft of torque. Pagani didn’t reveal any other performance figures about its new hypercar but judging by the work on the engine and the chassis, the Imola should be fast enough on track.
Fresh new technology for the Imola includes new active dampers that are interconnected and managed, along with the active aero spoilers, by a new central electronic control unit that’s also in charge of the engine and transmission.
It has covered over 16,000 km on the track at racing speed – the equivalent to about three times the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Pagani says it will limit production to just five cars and each Imola will costs $5.4 million plus taxes all five are already sold. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.