Pagani has officially revealed the new Imola hypercar, a reengineered hardcore variant of the Huayra that will make its public premiere at the upcoming 2020 Geneva Motor Show.
The Pagani Huayra Imola is a 6.0-liter, twin-turbo V12 engine developed by Mercedes-AMG that produces a substantial 827 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of torque.
Impressively, that’s 36 more horsepower and 37 more lb-ft than you get in the Huayra Roadster BC, which makes the Huayra Imola the most powerful Pagani ever made.
The new Imola is of course named after the famous Italian racetrack, where it has covered over 16,000 km (about 10,000 miles) during its development. The hardcore Pagani will be limited to just five examples, all of which has already been sold at a price of five million euros ($5.4 million) plus taxes.
The Imola is also the first Pagani to feature the new ‘Acquarello Light’ painting system, which reduces the weight of the paint by 5 kg while retaining values like color richness, depth and shine unchanged. Pagani’s goal to save more weight for the Imola involved more than 770 new forged or CNC-machined components, making extensive use of alloys like aluminum, titanium and chrome-molybdenum steel. The end result is a dry weight of just 1246kg (2746lbs).
The new Pagani Imola will make its public premiere at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show on March 3.