Although information on the high-performance, racing-inspired version called the Huayra Imola has been in the media for a long time, with two out of a total of five already delivered. Finally, Pagani also officially launched this model, an official one.
Huayra Imola, this name is taken from the name of a famous racetrack in Italy, which held the Formula 1 racing races at the end of the last century, as well as many other large and small races. This is also the place where car manufacturers regularly test their new products and Huayra Imola is also forged from this track, giving it a strength, agility on the track that is not inferior to its predecessor. – Zonda R, as well as her distinctive beauty and performance while walking on the streets.
This vehicle is likened to a mobile laboratory by Pagani. With Huayra Imola, the company had to spend up to 16,000 km testing on the Imola race to complete the car. From there, the car’s appearance was gradually formed, inspired by the LeMans racing cars as well as the Zonda R (Revocion) and was built on the foundation of Pagani Huayra BC. There will still be the aerodynamic system with four active flaps introduced on Huayra 10 years ago, with the Imola adding many other aerodynamic details such as large fixed wings, fish fins, Air cavity, front bumper, rear diffuser, … These details along with many of the technologies below help Huayra Imola become the fastest commercial car that Pagani has ever launched.
The new Imola is built on a reinforced monocoque chassis with Carbo-Titanium and Carbo-Triax alloys, similar to that on the Huayra Roadster BC. The exterior of the car also uses a new paint technology called “Acquarello Light”, this technology will help the car reduce about 5 kg of paint while ensuring the thickness and quality of the paint. In addition, the new 770 parts of the car are CNC turning or forging with aluminum alloys, titanium and chrome-molybdenum alloy steel, giving the car a weight of only 1,246 kg.
To help the car reach the highest speed on the track, Pagani equipped Huayra Imola with a 6.0 liter twin-turbocharged V12 engine developed by Mercedes-AMG. This engine block on Huayra Imola is upgraded to produce a maximum capacity of 827 horsepower and a maximum torque of 1,100 Nm. Power is still transmitted to the rear wheels of the car through a 7-speed X-Trac sequential transmission. Huayra Imola is equipped with a suspension geometry while the new active dampers are connected through a new central electronic processor, operating aerodynamic components, engines, and systems. transmission and differential. Gear shifting is enhanced when Pagani equips this model with the new SMART GAS control system.
Horacio Pagani, founder and CEO of Pagani, said that Huayra Imola is an elegant car. “We wanted an efficient car, and as you’d expect if you were looking at an F1 car, this led us to design a car that added aerodynamic features. So while these details can undermine the car’s overall styling and aesthetics on the one hand, they also allow for improved lap times, ease of driving, and especially safety. “.
With Huayra Imola, Pagani wants its customers to be able to customize and turn it into a special car, bearing their personal personality as much as possible. This can be seen clearly through the two Huayra Imola that have been delivered to customers, which are thoroughly personalized. In addition to those two cars, there will be three other Huayra Imola, handcrafted in Pagani’s factory.
All five of these Huayra Imola were owned long before the first images of them were available. Huayra Imola will become the focal point of Pagani’s booth at the next Geneva Auto Show. Huayra Imola is sold by Pagani for up to 5 million USD each.
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