When it comes to appearance, the Apollo brand probably takes the lead in terms of extremity because this car has such a distinctive shape that even a blind person would notice. The car is almost entirely made up of air intakes, edges, spoilers, and design elements. However, anyone who thinks that the IE (Intensa Emozione) is extreme has never heard of Project EVO...
It's been more than five years since we first laid eyes on the first Apollo IE in Geneva, but not all of them have been delivered to their customers yet. Here, we see a new specimen owned by a well-known German Pagani collector. In fact, he owns several Apollo IEs. This one was seen for the very first time.
The Apollo IE is powered by a 6.3-liter V12 engine, delivering an impressive performance of over 780 horsepower. The design of the Apollo IE is aggressive and aerodynamic, created with a clear focus on performance and speed. The chassis of the Apollo IE is mainly composed of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP), contributing to keeping the overall weight of the vehicle low and optimizing performance. The body of the Apollo IE is designed to provide optimal aerodynamics, including elements like a massive rear wing and an aggressive diffuser that generate downforce to enhance stability at high speeds. The production of the Apollo IE is highly limited, making it an extremely exclusive series with only a very limited number of units being manufactured. Only ten pieces were intended to be produced. The Apollo IE ranks among the more expensive supercars on the market. The high price reflects the exclusivity and powerful features of the vehicle. A few years ago, anyone wanting to buy an IE had to put at least three million on the table. Did you also know that the owner of Apollo is the same man who brought the De Tomaso P72 to the market?
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