Pagani's latest iteration of the Zonda hypercar takes its name from the famous Italian racetrack Imola. The name is completely earned — the car spent nearly 10,000 miles at speed there during development, the most severe process any Pagani endured, even by their exacting standards. The Imola uses the active aerodynamics from the Huayra, with a refined exterior profile sculpted during stints on the track and in the wind tunnel. The Imola uses an all-new active suspension, along with the familiar AMG V12, making 827 hp and a massive 811 lb-ft of torque. This is coupled to an Xtrac 7-speed transverse transmission and an electronically-controlled limited-slip differential, putting all that power to the rear wheels and the specially-designed Pirelli Trofeo R tires. The exterior paint is a bespoke formulation that weighs 11 pounds less than previous finishes — a nod to Pagani's relentless pursuit of perfection. Only five Imolas will be made, and all five are already spoken for.