It’s a deep, soulful sound that settles into a luscious babble after a short howl. His 6.0-liter V12 engine, made by Mercedes-AMG, puts out 852 horsepower and 811 lb-ft of torque.a handful of automakers Keeping the endangered V12 engine alive Pagani is one of them, thanks to its uncompromising founder.
Mercedes-AMG wanted to entice Mr. Pagani to opt for the 831-horsepower hybrid V8 from the GT 63 SE Performance. but he declined for several reasons – Despite AMG’s promise to boost output to 1,000 hp. The Argentinian-Italian businessman claimed that not only would it make the vehicle heavier, but it would also slow it down.
“We will continue to invest in the development of electrification. Our biggest goal is to find ways to make cars more fun, more fun and more Pagani,” he said at the time.
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