Mahindra-owned Automobili Pininfarina Unveiled the Battista at Geneva Motor Show
When it arrives in 2020, the Battista will be the most powerful car ever designed and built in Italy
150 Battistas will be hand-crafted in Italy and allocated equally between the regions of North America, Europe and Middle East/Asia.
According to the company, the Battista electric hypercar is faster than a current Formula 1 race car.
Its brake horse power (bhp) is equivalent to 1,900, about twice that of a Formula 1 car
This electric car can go from 0-100 kmph in less than two seconds
The weight distribution of the T-shaped 120 kWh battery pack is configured to optimise the Battista’s dynamic potential, with four motors independently distributing torque and power to each wheel, delivering all the benefits of modern torque vectoring. Cooling circuits and systems are based around five radiators.
Technical Specifications: Pininfarina Battista
All data shown are target estimations and subject to confirmation by manufacturer.
|Under 2.0 secs.|
|Acceleration 0-300 km/h||Under 12.0 secs.|
|Power output||Up to 1,900 hp (1,400 kW)|
|Max. torque||Up to 2,300 Nm|
|Top speed||Over 350 km/h|
|Drive||All-wheel-drive with torque vectoring function|
|Drive modes||5 different drive modes|
|Type|| Carbon-ceramic 6-piston front and rear, 390 mm|
front / 390 mm rear
|Supplier||Pirelli Tyre SpA|
|Type|| Bespoke Pirelli P Zero tyre (mounted on a|
21-inch rim in an exclusive new design for the Battista show cars)
|Structure|| Full-carbon fibre monocoque with carbon fibre body
crash structure front and rear
|Layout|| T-shaped battery pack in centre tunnel and|
|Battery energy||120 kWh|
|Charging technology||DC fast charging capability|