Pagani Imola

Comprised of 770 forged and CNC-machined components, the highly complex Pagani Imola hypercar is certainly one of the company's most advanced automobiles yet. Named after the legendary Imola racetrack in Italy, where it was carefully tuned, the Imola features their latest developments such as a carbo-titanium chassis, an active aerodynamics system, and a new paint method that meets Pagani's quality criteria for color and depth while reducing the weight of the paint by 11 lbs. 

Pagani's love affair with the AMG V12 continues in this model with this version putting out 827 hp and a massive 811 lb-ft of torque. The Imola also features a rear-wheel-drive setup, an Xtrac 7-speed transverse AMT with electro-mechanical differential transmission, a triple-disc clutch, an updated suspension, Brembo 4 ventilated carbon-ceramic brakes, and Pirelli Trofeo R tires. 

The Pagani Imola is limited to five examples and each one is already sold. 

€5,000,000 (approx. $5,400,000), pagani.com

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