Pininfarina Battista 2020


4 electric motors being fed by a large 120 kWh battery that will produce a combined 1,900 PS (1,396 kW) of power and a huge 1,696 lb-ft (2,300 Nm) of torque. Pininfarina reported that Battista could accelerate to 0-62 mph in under 2 seconds. Pininfarina, uses the carbon fiber chassis from Rimac. Pininfarina, having been founded in 1930 and going on to design cars and do some coach building from their home in Italy. 2015 saw the brand gain a new parent company, being bought by Mahindra Group, now Pininfarina is looking to expand into the world as a car manufacturer and the Battista is the first production ready model. The Battista’s 450 kilometre range will cover virtually all possible journeys, especially as 90% of owners are expected to charge the car where it is garaged, and it will have the capability for DC fast charging. Four motors, one per wheel, mean torque vectoring becomes a key performance parameter, as it independently distributes torque and power to each wheel allowing for extreme dynamic opportunities. With well over twice the normal levels of torque that future Battista owners experience in their existing supercars, torque vectoring is required to manage infinitely variable dynamic responses in lieu of the traditional stability control and traction control systems that would simply not be able to cope with the sheer impact of this level of instant torque delivery.

Engine: 4x Electric @ 120 kWh
Range: 450 km
Power: 1,396 kW / 1,873 hp / 1,900 PS
0-100 kph: 1.9 s
Torque: 2,300 Nm / 1,696 lb-ft
Top Speed: 350 kph / 217 mph


Pininfarina Battista 2020
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