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Monday, September 9, 2019

The most extreme Pagani Huayra variant to date

Some time ago Pagani Automobili reportedly was developing a new Huayra variant, but at that time it was believed to be called Huayra Dragon. However, at the end of last week those Italian premium car manufacturer quietly launched one of the most extreme Huayra variants and was named Pagani Huayra 'Imola' during a private ceremony.
Pagani's most extreme Huayra variant to date called 'Imola.' (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2lJ8u2X)
These one-of-five limited-edition hypercars deliberately built to pays tribute to the Italy's famous racing circuit. And the car was ordered by Oleg Egorov, the founder and owner of TopCar Design tuning firm and a passionate supercar collector who previously also had a special Zonda nicknamed 'Unica'.
The first unit of 5 Pagani Huayra Imola with the owner, Oleg Egorov. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2lGKDkM)
The exterior of this new Huayra is truly something worth seeing. Its exterior appearance is clearly not afraid to be the center of attention, Egorov asked Pagani to wrap the hypercar with bright red-orange accented carbon fiber. This color accented can be found on the front splitter, around the headlights, along side skirts, on the edge of the side air intake, under the hood scoop, and across to the rear diffuser.
Steering wheel and dashboard view of Pagani Huayra Imola. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2lGKDkM)
Then its carbon sideskirts are also very different from other Huayra, including BC and BC Roadster. And the design inspiration seems to have been taken from several Zonda 760 series with a large scoop hood, high rear wing, and fins. The seven-spoke wheels are different, too. Many of the alterations are highlighted by bright red-orange accents that outline the edgy designs including inside its cabin.
Two ergonomic seater trimmed with bright red-orange accents insde the cabin of Pagani Huarya Imola. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2lGKDkM)
Unfortunately, given the vehicle’s somewhat secretive nature, if there's no official technical details of the car. Even if the AMG-sourced V12 engine is untouched compared to the Huayra Roadster BC, the new Huayra derivative should pump out about 800 horsepower (596 kilowatts) and 774 lbs-feet (1,050 Newton-meters) of torque. Still, we believe some modifications to its engine could give it a bit more power.
What we can find out is that this hypercar will be limited to five units only. And the first unit of this hypercar belongs to Oleg Egorov and the remaining 4 cars are not known who ordered it and whether it will be made similar as the first one or different. And also we don’t know the price Pagani is asking for each one of them. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOPS | AUTOBLOG | MOTOR1]
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