Pininfarina Releases Photos of the Battista on the Road
This Hypercar Is a Stunning Sight
The Pininfarina Battista is an insane hypercar, and now the company has released photos and video of the car driving on the road. The car was debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, but the vehicle seen here is slightly revised. There are a new front fascia and some minor changes to the exterior of the car. It’s still undeniably the Battista, and it’s absolutely gorgeous.
According to Motor Authority, the recent design changes to the exterior of the car will help the vehicle achieve an even more impressive 300 miles per charge. Previously the company claimed 280 miles per charge, so that bump is significant.
Otherwise, the car is unchanged. It still features the Rimac-sourced powertrain. This system includes four electric motors that produce up to 1,877 hp and 1,696 lb-ft of torque. That amount of power should make the car sprint up to 60 mph from a stop in just 2.0 seconds.
As you can see in the video below, the Battista was brought to New York City for its on-the-road photoshoot. The company also has some stunning shots of the car on what look like curvy mountain roads and a beautiful harbor. It’s all good stuff, and you should check out all the images and video included below.