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2020 Pininfarina Battista Anniversario revealed
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3rd Mar 2020
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2020 Pininfarina Battista Anniversario revealed

Pininfarina has revealed its Battista Anniversario with an online unveiling after the hypercar’s Geneva motor show debut was cancelled due to Coronavirus concerns. With a price tag of €2.6 million (AU$4.42 million), just five Anniversario models are set to be hand-built in Cambiano, Turin in Northern Italy. The five Anniversarios are included in the 150 Battistas that are ever set to leave the factory.
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Liam Murphy
Pininfarina readying Battista for European launch
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15th Jul 2019
1 min read

Pininfarina readying Battista for European launch

Pininfarina’s first independent model, the Battista, has entered the final stages of testing, ahead of its European market launch in 2020. The famous Italian firm is conducting final tuning on its all-electric hypercar. Work is being done in the wind tunnel, through computer modelling and on the simulator to refine the car’s aero package, minimise drag over the body, and increase cooling.
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Alex Misoyannis
Pininfarina teases electric PF0 hypercar
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17th Jul 2018
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Pininfarina teases electric PF0 hypercar

Beyond the fact it can do 400km/h, details about the Pininfarina PF0 were hard to come by when it was initially teased. Now, in a pair of American interviews, the company has revealed some extra performance figures that should make the upcoming Tesla Roadster very, very nervous. Speaking with Wired and The Verge, Pininfarina has confirmed the PF0 will hit 60mph (97km/h) in less than two seconds, hit 250mph (402km/h) and cover 310 miles (500km) on a single charge.
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Scott Collie
Pininfarina HK GT teased ahead of Geneva reveal
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8th Feb 2018
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Pininfarina HK GT teased ahead of Geneva reveal

Pininfarina has teased the HK GT ahead of its official unveiling at the Geneva motor show this March. As you'd expect, the images published on social media doesn't give much away. It provides a sneak peek at the top of the car, revealing a two-door body and slimline cameras built into the bodywork in place of side mirrors. Inside, you can expect a cabin trimmed in a combination of suede and leather, complete with some expensive wood trim on the centre console.
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Scott Collie