The Imola is named after the Imola Circuit, where it underwent 16,000km of high-speed testing. It is the most powerful street-legal variant of the Pagani Huayra, using the same Mercedes-AMG V12 tuned to 838 PS (827 hp; 616 kW) and 1,100 N⋅m (811 lb⋅ft). Weight saving measures such as new a new carbon fibre blend and lightweight paint application have reduced the Imola’s dry weight to 1,246 kg (2,747 lb). Named after the racetrack on which it was modeled and fine-tuned, the new Pagani Imola is a roadworthy Hypercar with a wholly racing temperament that embodies the maximum expression of Pagani Automobili’s track technology. With a limited edition of only five examples built, the Pagani Imola has gone through the severest on-track validation test ever applied to a Pagani car. In addition to the regular and already scrupulous validation process, in fact, Imola has covered over 16,000 km on the track at racing speed – the equivalent to about three times the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The Pagani Imola was designed and bespokely developed to become a natural extension of its owner. Pagani wanted its customers to be astonished and thrilled, but also actively involved in the making process. The track tests already achieved excellent results right from the early stages of the project, not only in relation to our vehicles but also to other cars in the same segment. This encouraged us to study other solutions and ideas, often with the approval of our customers and their increasing involvement, not only during the first stages of development but even when their vehicles had been completed. Aware of the potential of the scientific research we were conducting, our customers frequently asked us to wait so that they could be present as their car took shape, and they often came up with brilliant suggestions. The Imola circuit became a second home while the car was being developed. This is why project code PS-01 was dubbed Pagani Imola, as a tribute to the track where the vehicle was created and which is part of its identity.
Pagani Imola uses the active aerodynamics system introduced by the Huayra, the first road vehicle ever to be equipped with this technology. This means that each of the four mobile winglets behaves according to the driving circumstances in a dynamic and immediate way and even when braking, by generating an aerodynamic braking action. Pagani applied an electronically controlled system of active shock-absorbers to each wheel and interconnected them with each other. The front suspension is able to vary the ride height in a smart and automatic way. It dialogues with the Central Unit, which handles active aerodynamic control as well as controlling the engine, differential and gearshift functions. Introduction of the SMART GAS system reduces the shift time and enhances the racing character of the Imola, while driving pleasure is ensured thanks to active dumpers.
The suspension geometry has been newly designed to transfer the power and lively 1100 Nm torque to the ground, reduce the dive effect and sway when braking. So much so, the driver can take a corner by braking at the last thousandth of a second. As always, Pagani Automobili is strongly committed to research into advanced composite materials. The new formula of the Carbo-Titanium HP62 G2 and Carbo-Triax HP62, developed for the ultra-reinforced central monocoque of the Pagani Imola and Roadster BC, was created to reduce weight while increasing torsional and bending stiffness. Pagani Imola takes the fanatical attention to weight-saving to new heights, with the introduction of Acquarello Light, a new bespoke painting system that represents a further evolution of Pagani’s advanced state of the art, allowing to reduce the weight of the paint by 5 kg while maintaining color richness, depth and shine unchanged.
Engine: Mercedes-Benz AMG 60° V12; 5980 cc Power: 827 hp Torque: 1100 NM
Rear-wheel drive: Rear-wheel drive Gearbox: Xtrac 7-speed transverse AMT with electro-mechanical differential
Clutch: Triple-disc clutch, electronically controlled differential, tripod joint system
Suspensions: Independent double wishbones, helical springs, electronically controlled shock-absorbers
Brakes: Brembo 4 ventilated carbon-ceramic discs: Front 398×36 mm with 6-piston monolithic calipers; Rear 380×34 mm with 4-piston monolithic calipers
Rims: 20″ front, 21″ rear Tires: Pirelli Trofeo R, front: 265/30, rear: 355/23 R21
Structure, chassis and composite materials: Carbo-Titanium HP62 G2 and Carbo-Triax HP62 monocoque with front and rear tubular steel subframes
Dry weight: 1246 kg / 2747 lbs
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