Pagani never stops selling special editions of his Huayra. The standard model is already quite violent, but these limited versions are even more so! This is how the Italian manufacturer presents the Pagani Huayra Imola which is assembled with only five small copies. As usual in the world of ultra-exclusivity, all the units were sold before the manufacturer revealed the model to the public. The brand is careful not to reveal the price of this monstrosity, but we think it costs even more than the Pagani Huayra BC sold at almost 3 million euros.
This umpteenth version of the Pagani Huayra goes even further. For the occasion, the manufacturer has modified the front and rear shields of its supercar while adding a fairly large air extractor. Note also the addition of an air scoop on the roof which is reminiscent of a certain Pagani Zonda, its ancestor. The manufacturer also modified the rear spoiler, the side skirts, while blackening the rear lights.
Under the hood, the Pagani Huayra Imola retains the original Mercedes-AMG V12. However, the manufacturer of Affalterbach had to revise the settings so that the power was increased. Thus, the 6.0 liters of displacement claims 825 hp for 1100 Nm of torque. This represents an increase of 23 hp and 50 Nm compared to the Huayra BC. Regarding performance, even if Pagani has not sprawled on the subject, we can well imagine that 0 to 100 km / h is achieved in less than 3.0 seconds and that top speed peaks at more than 360 km / h.