World’s first Pagani Imola Roadster delivered in Miami

It's a real thing of beauty
  • This video captures automotive history in the making
  • It shows the first Pagani Imola Roadster hypercar arriving at the Miami Concours
  • It’s the first of eight of the most rare and exclusive open-cabin hypercars in the world

Published on Apr 15, 2024 at 8:22PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 22, 2024 at 3:17PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

This video captures automotive history in the making, as the first Pagani Imola Roadster hypercar arrives at the Miami Concours and its new home in the Sunshine State.

It’s the first of eight of the rarest and most exclusive open-cabin hypercars in the world made for Pagani’s most celebrated clientele.

Pagani of Miami and Prestige Imports were responsible for the delivery of the hypercar.

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And it’s not the first time we’ve seen one of Pagani’s rare cars in transit of late.

This Pagani Utopia was captured on video getting onto a plane en route from Singapore to Melbourne, Australia.

The Pagani Imola Roadster wraps up Pagani’s passion, elegance, and cutting-edge technology, into a piece of drivable art.

The road-legal race car derives its sophisticated body lines from the track-only Huayra R weighing in at 2,776.67lb design.

The hypercar is powered by a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V12 that delivers 850 hp @ 5600 rpm and 811 lb-ft of torque @ 3600-5600 rpm.

It drives the rear axle via an Xtrac 7-speed sequential gearbox.

Its top speed is rated at an impressive 350 km/h (217.48 mph).

Behind each exclusive Pagani Imola Roadster is a bespoke spec.

This one has some special features including a unique shade of blue finish called ‘Azzuro Sardegna BMF’.

The car is complimented with unique gold accents and has the initials ‘BMF’ on the nose and the rear.

Perhaps the most distinctive feature of the Pagani Imola Roadster, however, is its oversized intakes and ducts at the rear.

These aren’t just for aesthetic purposes but are said to improve cooling.

To provide an exhilarating driving experience, it features a distinct blend of mechanical and aerodynamic expertise.

What’s more, openings on the wheel arches help reduce pressure under the front end, while an air scoop helps the twin-turbo V12 breathe.

The air scoop and supports for the rear wing have been integrated with the hood for the first time on this stunning hypercar model.

With the inaugural Pagani Imola Roadster now on the roads of Miami, we can’t wait to see what the other seven specs have to offer.

Are you a fan of the hypercar world leader?

You’ll love this gorgeous concept car created by students as a tribute to honor the Pagani Zonda’s 25th anniversary.

And this ultra-rare Mercedes-AMG One listed on SBX Cars is just as special.

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