Automobili Pininfarina, an Italian specialist carmaker, just unveiled a $2 million all-electric “hypercar” that might be the world’s fastest street-legal vehicle.
On Tuesday, Automobili Pininfarina introduced the Pininfarina Battista automobile at the 89th Geneva International Motor Show in Le Grand-Saconnex, Switzerland. The carmaker claimed that the vehicle can accelerate to 180 mph in less time than an F-16 aircraft, CNBC reported.
The carmaker said the Pininfarina Battista can generate 1,900 break horsepower, achieve a max torque of up to 2,300 Nm, and provide five different drive modes. Additionally, it has a DC fast charging capability, so users can drive roughly 280 miles on a single charge.
Michael Perschke, Automobili Pininfarina’s CEO, told CNBC that a restricted engine version of the Pininfarina Battista would be released first. Each car will be able to reach a top speed of 217 mph, making the Pininfarina Battista a safe, speedy, and smooth ride for car enthusiasts.
For those that have their eye on the Pininfarina Battista, they’ll have to wait: One hundred and fifty vehicles will be produced and available to drive next year. Even though each automobile will cost around $2.2 million, the high-tech features are hard not to beat. Fans can enjoy a powerful “hypercar” that they can drive for leisure, work, and everything in between.