Generations Timeline, Specs and Pictures
After storming the hypercar world with its previous models, Pagani came back in 2020 with full force, baptizing its latest model with one of the best known names in the motorsport world: Imola.
Like the Imola track, the new Pagani model will be loved or hated, but never underestimated. The new hypercar covered more then 10.000 miles (16.800 km) in testing to prove that the car is road and race worthy. This distance is about three times longer than the 24h of Le Mans race.
Judging by the look, most of people might say that this is a re-worked Huayra with carbon fiber and different wheels. But this is due to some design signatures that Horacio Pagani insisted to keep. The dual-lense headlights, like two teardrops on each front fender, the ants-antennas look for the rear-view mirrors and the quad grouped exhausts rear in the middle are already signatures for this extraordinary manufacturer.
Under the hood, the Pagani Imola comes with a twin-turbocharged Mercedes-AMG V12 engine. With a 6.0-liter displacement, the powerhouse develops no less than 827 HP and 1100 Nm (813 lb-ft) of torque.
To cope with this massive engine, Pagani installed a 7-speed transverse automated gearbox and an electro-mechanical rear differential. The main structure of the Imola is a special alloy made of carbon and titanium so the total mass of the Pagani is kept well under control: 2747 lbs (1246 kg).