Pagani Huayra Imola 2nd revealed Review

Pagani Huayra Imola 2nd revealed

After the first Huayra Imola was delivered to the owner in September, the 2nd cheiecs Pagani Huayra Imola also reached the owner. This time, the car was delivered to the US, the market that consumes the most Pagani in the world. Although there were two Imola delivered, Pagani has not released any official information for this model.

Like the first Imola, the second Imola still carries the racetrack design of the previous Zonda R and Zonda Revolucion. The wind cavity at the front and rear of the car is designed square, with a large diffuser. The sides are added a number of details to increase the aerodynamics of the car.

The second Imola still has an exterior made of carbon fiber and an eye-catching matte finish. However, the color scheme on this car has changed dramatically compared to the first. Instead of using the orange details running in the veins, rims, the owner of the car has used the red color, appearing in the lower part of the car, door edges, engine cover and front bumper.

The rear wing has a design similar to Huayra Roadster BC with a yellow border and red background. This wing is connected to the engine air cavity above the hood by a “shark fin”. This is a common feature on racing cars, finished in three colors blue – white – red. This striped line also appears at the front of the vehicle. The car uses yellow seven-spoke wheels with red brake shackles.

The cockpit of the second Huayra Imola is also somewhat simpler than the first when there are no design details of Leonardo da Vince on the door trim. The interior is upholstered in red and black leather with the seats in a fixed position made of carbon fiber. Many aluminum details are also equipped, similar to the previous Pagani.

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Pagani still corrected published any information about the performance as well as the performance of the vehicle. However, the Pagani Huayra Imola will still be equipped with a twin-turbocharged V12 engine produced by Mercedes-AMG, accompanied by a 7-speed sequential transmission from the X-trac. On this version, it is possible that the car will have more capacity than the Huayra BC, and it is also possible that it will be a racing car rather than a regular Huayra.

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