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Mahindra’s Pininfarina Unveils Battista Electric Hypercar; Delivers A Whopping 1900bhp

Pininfarina Battista

The Pininfarina Battista electric hypercar will arrive in the market in 2020.

Automobili Pininfarina, the Italian design firm owned by Mahindra & Mahindra, has unveiled the world’s first luxury electric hyper performance Grand Tourer (GT). Called the Pininfarina Battista, the hyper electric supercar has been designed and developed in Italy. The production-ready version of the hypercar will arrive in the market in 2020 that will also mark 90th anniversary of the Pininfarina SpA design house. Read: Mahindra S210 Electric SUV India Launch Confirmed

Interestingly, only 150 units of the Pininfarina Battista will be hand-crafted and will be equally allocated in markets like North America, Europe and Middle East/Asia. It will be cost around $ 2.0 million + taxes (i.e. over Rs 14 crore). This zero emission electric hypercar sits on a carbon fibre monocoque chassis and has a carbon fibre body.

Pininfarina Battista Picture Gallery

At the heart of the Pininfarina Battista is a T-shaped 120 kWh battery pack and four motors along with an internal combustion engine technology. The powertain enables it deliver a whopping 1900bhp and 2300Nm of torque. Pininfarina’s all-new electric hypercar can do 0-100kmph in less than 2 seconds and 0 to 300kmph in under 12 seconds. It is capable to attain a top speed of 350kmph and offers a potential zero-emissions range of up to 450 kilometres. Read – All-New Mahindra Scorpio Will Be More Powerful Than Tata Harrier

Suspension system of the Pininfarina Battista has been “tuned specifically to deliver a thrilling, engaging and yet comfortable dynamic experience”. The driver will have an option to adjust its dynamic experience via multiple modes to a range of diving conditions. Its on-board sound programme will allow alter the noise of the car. For braking power, the hypercar makes use of the massive, carbon-ceramic 6-piston 390mm front and 390mm rear brakes. The active rear wing features an air brake function.

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