Pininfarina’s wants to contribute to the battle against pollution and true enough since their new all-electric Pininfarina Battista doesn’t emit any local emissions on the move. But underneath all the “Save the Earth” fluff in the press release is a small footnote that the Battista comes with 1,900 hp and 2,300 Nm.
First deliveries are due in late 2020 and only 150 units of this all-electric hypercar will be made. With 1,9000 hp at its disposal, the Battista is capable of a 0 to 100 km/h sprint time of under 2 seconds and is able to theoretically break the 402 km/h mark. Mind-boggling figures, to say the least, perhaps Pininfarina should consider snatching the title of “King of the Ring” from the NIO EP9.
The Battista also comes with a very reasonable cruising range of over 483 km on a single charge, the company said can go from London to Paris without having to be plugged into a power source.
CEO of Automobili Pininfarina, Michael Perschke said: “The Battista is a truly beautiful, guilt-free hypercar – the first EV to really fall in love with – because electricity enables us to develop it with zero emissions and as the most powerful car that will have ever been designed and built in Italy.”