- Named after the famed racetrack where it was developed.
- Boasts 827-horsepower and 1,100 Nm of torque.
- 770 forged or CNC-machined new components were made for the car.
Pagani continues to design, develop and effortlessly sell his creations no matter the price. The reasons are simple: Everything Horacio Pagani touches turns into the greatest expression of form, function, speed and beauty. This is once more true with his newest masterpiece, the Pagani Imola.
This car has undergone the most severe and intense on-track validation of any Pagani to date. The numbers are staggering: over 16,000 km on the track at racing speed or the equivalent of about three 24 Hours of Le Mans races.
With only five built, Pagani opted to involve their customers in the car’s development process. Owners were consulted throughout the testing and even after the cars were completed. We can only image what this is like…
The Pagani Imola is served by a Mercedes-Benz AMG 60° 6.0-litre V12 which produces no less than 827-horsepower. The Xtrac 7-speed transmission sends the power to the rear wheels and while there are no speed numbers, we suspect that the 1,246 kg car reach 100 km/h from a standstill in roughly 3 seconds with a top speed in excess of 300 km/h.
All five five-million Euro cars are spoken for… Shucks.