Meet the Imola: Pagani's most hardcore Huayra!


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Pagani has just revealed another stunning hypercar called the Imola. It has already been delivered to the owner.

It's been three months since spy shots caught Pagani testing its upcoming limited version, Huayra model, at Franciacorta circuit, Italy. We thought it was going to be dubbed the Dragon. Over the weekend, the Italian sports car manufacturer secretly debuted the hypercar, naming it the Imola. It's been adjudged to be the most hardcore Huayra variant ever produced. Pagani had a private ceremony where they delivered the sports car to its owner.

As gathered by, the owner of the new Huayra Imola is Oleg Egorov, the founder of TopCar Design. He is also the owner of bespoke Zonda, named 'Unica'.


The Huayra Imola is the most hardcore Huayra variant ever produced

The new Pagani Huayra Imola came with an exterior that's stunning to behold. Sure, it will turn heads on the street. Oleg asked that the car be wrapped up in a gloss carbonfibre body and orange accents. The front splitter has orange trimmings, together with the side skirts and around the headlights. The orange accents also extend to the roof scoop, side air intakes, and the dominating rear diffuser.


The Imola is wrapped up in a gloss carbonfibre body and orange accents...stunning to behold!

The carbon skirts fitted to the new Huayra to give it a ground-hugging look aren't the same as the ones found on the BC Roadster. Looking at the designs, it's evident some cues were taken from the Zonda 760 series. It features a new rear wing that seems to tower everywhere. Also, there's the car's large roof scoop and a shark fin.


The interior of the new Huayra Imola


The rear view of the Imola with new rear wing

>>> Did the Imola take some cues from this baby? Experts think so! The all-new Pagani Huayra Roadster BC revealed, priced at ₦1.2 billion!

At the moment, we are yet to know how much power it can deliver. However, we know that the Hyuara Imola runs on an AMG twin-turbo V12 engine. It's expected to pump out more HP than the 745hp delivered by a regular Huayra.

Pagani says four more examples of the Imola is set for production but we don't know if they'll be taking the same exterior bodywork.


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