Italian hypercar manufacturer Pagani has officially announced a new limited edition model, the Pagani Imola. The new Imola has been seen recently, with one example delivered to Los Angeles and another to Europe. I third hypercar is in the works for a buyer from South Africa. All five examples are sold as of now, that’s probably why Pagani is ready to show it to the world.

According to the companies official press release, Pagani has ditched the Huayra badge for the latest special edition version. Pagani has decided to name the hypercars after the racetrack on which it was designed and tuned. Pagani claims that the Imola has covered 16,000 km on track during development, which is about the same as three times the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

The Imola continues to use the AMG-sourced V12 engine that produces 827 hp with 1,100 Nm of torque. Power is still delivered, through an Xtrac 7-speed transverse AMT with electro-mechanical differential, to the rear wheels. Weight increases over the BC’s 1,218 kg rating to 1,246 kg likely due to the addition of extra aerodynamic components.

To see the Pagani Imola in action, watch the brief video below: