Pagani quietly unveiled a new limited-edition version of the Huayra at the Supercar Owner’s Circle event in Switzerland recently, and it has brought back some of the wild styling that Pagani was known for with its previous model, the Zonda.
Christened the Huayra Imola, after Italy’s most revered circuit, the car features a more aggressive aero package with a wider wing, centre fin, and a larger rear diffuser than that featured on the Huayra BC.
Also making a return on the Huayra Imola is the overhead air scoop that was a feature on many of Pagani’s special edition and custom Zondas that followed the introduction of the Zonda Cinque.
Though not to everyone’s tastes, the Huayra Imola’s orange accents does highlight the additional aero modifications done to the Huayra package, which can be seen on the nose, side intakes, and side skirts.
It is unclear how much these tweaks to the bodywork have contributed to the Huayra’s performance, or if there have been any changes to the AMG twin-turbo V12 underneath; as Pagani has yet to release any official statement on the Huayra Imola.
What is certain, according to attendees of the event, is that Pagani has plans to build just five examples – similar in number to that of the Zonda Cinque – each of which will be priced at a cool €3 million.
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