Pagani Imola CSR2, tune and shift pattern
The Pagani Imola is a paid Car from the Pagani Supercar Science Event of Season 122. The Imola is one of the faster cars in Tier 5.
Pagani Imola specifications
The real Imola
In 2020, Pagani presented the Imola, a new supercar for the road. The Imola takes its name from the race track on which its fine-tuning took place. With an edition of just five, the Imola will be extremely rare. The price is correspondingly high: five million euros. The car has a V12 engine from Mercedes-AMG with 827 hp and 1,100 Newton meters of torque.
Aerodynamics played a special role in the development of the car. Definitely the additional aerodynamic features are not conducive to aesthetics. But allow for an improvement in lap time, driving comfort and, above all, safety. The Imola uses the active aerodynamics introduced with the Huayra. That’s why there are four movable winglets. Pagani redesigned the suspension to deliver the power and lively torque of 1,100 newton meters to the road.
The four active shock absorbers are controlled electronically. Above all the car changes the body position on the front axle depending on the driving situation. A “Smart Gas” system shortens gearshift times.
Pagani used the same carbon-titanium composite material for the monocoque of the Pagani Imola as for the Roadster BC. Obviously it reduces weight while increasing torsional and bending stiffness. To save weight, Pagani relies on metals such as aluminum, titanium and high-strength steel. Pagani used more than 770 forged or CNC-machined lightweight components on the Imola. In total, the Imola’s dry weight is 1,246 kilograms.
The CSR2 Imola
The 5 purple star Pagani can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Pagani should run 7.171s. To sum up, the Imola is one of the faster cars in Tier 5.
|Pagani Supercar Science||Season 122|
Pagani Imola tune and shift pattern
|NOS||63 / 12.0|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Perfect start, immediately 2nd then NOS, rest deep good or early perfect shifts|