The Pininfarina PF0 supercar has been revealed in concept form to potential clients at Pebble Beach, during Monterey Car Week in California.
Although the full concept was shown to interested parties, the company has only released a single shot of the car's rear to the general public. Pininfarina says the PF0's final design and name will be revealed at the 2019 Geneva motor show, which takes place in March.
“We have some great feedback from clients who have owned numerous Pininfarina-styled supercars. We know we are on the right track and we will now return to Europe to deliver on our aim of producing the world’s most beautiful, innovative and rare hypercar," Michael Perschke, CEO of Automobili Pininfarina, said in a statement.
Pininfarina says there was "strong demand" from potential buyers, as well as "significant interest from leading US luxury car retailers".
Based on feedback, Pininfarina believes demand for its first self-branded car will outstrip supply. Production of the PF0 will be limited to 150 units, with the first cars rolling off the line in 2020.
Although final details about the car have yet to be released, Pininfarina says the production version of the PF0 will have an all carbon-fibre exterior. The electric hypercar is said to have a 0-100km/h time of under two seconds, a top speed in excess of 400km/h, and a range of over 480 kilometres.
Founded in 1930, Pininfarina has designed and built vehicles for car makers stretching from Ford to Ferrari, but has never produced a vehicle under its own marque. After suffering nearly a decade of red ink, Mahindra bought a majority stake in the famed design firm in 2015.