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Pininfarina Battista specs

Car type Coupe
Introduced 2019
Origin country Italy
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Performance

Est. 0 - 100 kph2.0 s
Est. 0 - 200 kph6.0 s
Est. 0 - 300 kph12.0 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph4.0 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph6.0 s
Top speed350 kph (217 mph)

Powertrain specs

Engine type 4 eletric motors
Power 1926 ps (1900 bhp / 1417 kw)
Torque 2299 Nm (1696 lb-ft)
Transmission single-speed gearbox, twin two-speed gearboxes
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive
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TypeF173  14h ago

"On 1st November 2022 at precisely 14:34:37 UTC, Battista accelerated from 0-200 km/h in 4.75 seconds – a new record for a production car.

The time was achieved at the Nardo test facility in Southern Italy with a production-ready Battista fitted with standard-fit @michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 R tyres.

On the same day, Battista also achieved the following results.

0-60 mp/h in 1.79 seconds
0-100 km/h in 1.86 seconds
0-120 mp/h in 4.49 seconds
0-200 km/h in 4.75 seconds

A few weeks later, Battista repeated the astonishing 0-200 km/h performance during testing at the Dubai Autodrome, cementing its status as the world's fastest-accelerating production road car.

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Vehicle range: 476 km (296 miles, WLTP combined rating), US EPA: 300 miles combined electric power consumption in kWh/100 km: 27.7 (WLTP); combined CO2 emissions in g/km: 0 (Information on power consumption and CO2 emissions in ranges depending on the chosen equipment level of the vehicle)."

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid027CoNZtbuCenkPL49GPNCNyYhmepSNWQHt9AEe2yW6eWY4x4oe9Hjg2cEnCT3jarZl&id=100025107980874

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Well done Pininfarina Automobili releasing the GPS verified graphs for the stunningly beautiful production hypercar Battista.

🙂

 

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Elona Musk  19m ago

Is this an actual data, verified by a 3rd party? Anyone can make a graph in Excel and claim stuff.


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TypeF173  6d ago

"What a great end of the week, #TopGearItalia named our #Battista as the Hypercar of the Year 2022!"

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Now I've to a degree got to agree with this assessment because of these salient points~

https://www.dnaindia.com/automobile/report-mahindra-s-pininfarina-battista-electric-hypercar-breaks-five-world-records-3004389

"Mahindra’s Pininfarina Battista electric hypercar breaks FIVE world records."

But more FAR importantly~

 

They've actually been delivered ALREADY to clients in this case the United States of America!

And for the "homologation specialists">

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So there you have it. A complete package!

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World production record breaking and award winning too!

 

0-200km/h= ONE second quicker circa than even the giants that Bugatti (1500hp verified) are? Game on! Exactly the type of competition Bugatti needs for the forthcoming but long way off Bugatti Chiron replacement!

The W16's are monstrous, Lord knows what Mate Rimac has planned! LOL!

 

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Cocobe  6d ago

It's bloody quick, but why did they say 100-0kph in 31m as if that is also a record...


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Ken  6d ago

Faster tesla.. 😴


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TypeF173  6d ago @Cocobe

Electric Vehicle production record as is the electric vehicle battery range records, so they are stating.

Plus~

https://www.teslarati.com/pininfarina-battista-record-breaking-acceleration-braking-metrics/

"Inversely, the Battista also accomplished an incredible feat in braking. It came to a complete stop from 100 km/h in just 31 meters. The previous record holder was the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, which accomplished the feat in 38.7 meters, Car and Driver found in their tests.

The tests were part of the Battista’s final round of homologation, which the vehicle needs to perform to gain approval for operation and sales in various markets. The tests resulted in a combined EPA range of 300 miles combined, a world record for an electric hypercar."

Etc.


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FastestLaps  6d ago @Ken

A lot faster 😐


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TypeF173  6d ago @FastestLaps

I can't even reply to that level of ignorance. He must be high all the time from bliss! LOL!😂

(Also I saw recently Pininfarina went under 5 seconds to 200km/h on SIX separate occasions! That's incredibly impressive!)


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TypeF173  1w ago

"3 Jan 2022
Directed by Nicolo Bravetta
DP Marco Spano
1st Assistant Director Jordan Stone
Produced by Toga, Italy."

 

She's currently out accelerating the Rimac Nevera and even knowing Mate Rimac, he's a very competitive guy he'll definitely want that quickest verified acceleration hypercar back (with or without rollout) as soon as possible, as top speeds are effectively redundant for these cars without special preparation to my understanding per Leno interview.


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TypeF173  2w ago

So I contacted Pininfarina Automobili about the video and records claimed within, this was their response!

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Names redacted for very obvious reasons. I'm prepared to send the full email to administrators as proof if need be of receipt.

So my first question is if THIS car did 4.75 0-200km/h with a 0-100km/h of 2.26 seconds indicated, what the hell was the 0-200km/h of the car that was validated at 0-100km/h in 1.86 seconds?😲

4.75- 0.4= Holy Moly?

Unfortunately doesn't work that way.


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TypeF173  2w ago

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TypeF173  2w ago

Quote>"Inversely, the Battista also accomplished an incredible feat in braking. It came to a complete stop from 100 km/h in just 31 meters. The previous record holder was the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, which accomplished the feat in 38.7 meters, Car and Driver found in their tests"

https://www.teslarati.com/pininfarina-battista-record-breaking-acceleration-braking-metrics/

For a GT over 2 tonnes, that's as shocking as the acceleration which we already knew was quick, perhaps not that quick though!🙃


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TypeF173  2w ago

Pininfarina Battista Production World Records!😍

 

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TypeF173  3w ago

300-mile test Pininfarina’s wild Battista

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https://drives.today/articles/408/electric/300-mile-test-pininfarina-s-wild-battista/ben-barry.html

"It’s the acceleration that stays with you – enough to make a Bugatti Chiron blanch, as well as yours truly when passengering with ex-Formula 1 and Formula E driver Nick Heidfeld around Circuito Tazio Nuvolari. Heidfeld’s been on-board since day dot, periodically feeding back on development while a larger dynamics team does the day-to-day. The link? Heidfeld raced for Mahindra Racing in Formula E, and then its parent Mahindra & Mahindra bought a majority stake in Pininfarina in 2014. When Mahindra boss Anand Mahindra and Pininfarina chairman Paolo Pininfarina agreed to realise founder Battista Pininfarina’s dream of creating a car, they founded Automobili Pininfarina and needed a test driver. Nick! Now a pre-series Battista is in the pitlane, pulsing and throbbing with an artificial soundtrack almost like a high-performance car idling, bass rhythmically tingling the diffuser.

The design is strikingly well resolved for what in some ways is a first attempt, if not shown in its best light in our test car’s black. Design is crucial here, because really the Battista harks back to Pininfarina’s core skillset as a coachbuilder, and under its carbonfibre body lies hardware designed and engineered by Rimac, the Croatian electric hypercar maker. Just like Rimac’s Nevera, a carbonfibre passenger cell packages a T-shaped 120kWh lithium-ion battery, the stem of the T following the spine of the car like a propshaft might, the cross extending behind the seats. It allows the seats to be far lower than they would be with a conventional ‘skateboard’ EV battery platform. Each axle has two electric motors with its own single-speed gearbox, and there are five radiators – one for each motor, another for the battery. Double-wishbone suspension is attached to aluminium crash structures front and rear, again just like the Nevera, but chassis tuning, the way software manages it all, that’s Automobili Pininfarina special sauce. The Battista is not billed as a track car, rather a ‘pure-electric hyper GT’, so it’s appropriate our first leg is on the road, wearing the winter tyres mandatory in Italy at this time of year.

Dihedral doors remove a chunk of roof as they rise, making climbing aboard relatively straightforward, and you settle into those low seats with useful comfort and generous lateral support. Two large infotainment screens are angled in a V shape ahead of the steering wheel, and between them a smaller portrait-orientated screen displays speed. It’s a smart, driver-focused layout, although the steering wheel obscures a portion of the screens. Rotary controllers like afterburners sit at elbow height on either side – on the right for Park, Reverse and Neutral, on the left to adjust five drive modes (Calma, Pura, Energica, Furiosa and the individually configured Caraterre), which hike performance up in increments of 21 per cent of the maximum, then 53 per cent and 71 per cent, before finally uncorking the full 1874bhp. Quality seems decent, if a long way from the steampunk jewellery of a Pagani.

We thread through industrial towns and Northern Italian flatlands up towards the more challenging topography of Montalto Pavese, where muted autumnal colours merge with (thankfully) dry grey tarmac like paint mixed on a palette. The Battista reveals itself to be an undemanding car to drive steadily. Its steering is light, more accurate than feelsome, with a measured rate of response away from the dead-ahead, which is probably for the best, and brakes that are similarly well judged, with a small amount of give at the top of the pedal. The primary ride flows beautifully in Pura mode, but toughens up in Energica; I use the harder setting only briefly.

It takes time to adapt to one-pedal driving, because you’re mostly easing in and out of the throttle like Hendrix finessing a wah-wah pedal – you have to be very precise. The soundtrack is a little disquieting, like the threatening digital soundscape of Bladerunner 2049, but with it off, other noises fill the vacuum: the distant whir of electric motors, flecks of road debris, water swilling about in the cooling system when you stop at the lights. All authentic, all very alien.

We head up to the twists above Montalto Pavese, where the Battista feels, and is, a very wide car, not helped by flamboyant mirrors that hinder vision through bends. Gnarled frost-bitten sections send raw thumps up into the carbon chassis, like extra isolation wouldn’t go amiss in something billed as a GT, but when the road flows it is phenomenal – the body is like a perfectly aligned spirit level over the bumps, and you burst forwards on a wave of performance that doesn’t seem to stress these squishier winter tyres despite such brute force. It just goes stupidly quickly and then goes faster still when you apply more throttle. This is performance with the elasticity of bungee jumping – a huge freefall surge of speed, and the twang back when you release the throttle and regen kicks in.

The Battista is more dexterous and involving than a numbers car built to obliterate straights, but not entirely in the mid-engined fashion the design fools you into expecting. It turns in like both front tyres are keeping all their contact patch firmly on the surface, stays flat because so much weight is positioned low down and is split 48/52 front-to-rear, then soaks up the stress when you’re relatively early on the throttle (though you suspect giving it everything with some lock applied is a bad idea). It’s even surprisingly good at suppressing torque steer, given the brute force flooding through the front axle. The problem is the sense that there’s so much left to uncork.

Back at a slightly damp track we switch first to Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tyres, and I ease myself in with Energica mode’s modest 1341bhp and 1393lb ft. On the long start-finish straight the Battista gathers speed with a surreal mix of crushing force and total calm – it is rock-solid, tracks straight and true, but there’s speed like you’re accelerating a jet, sound rushing to catch up. Spotting your braking point is tricky – at first I’m early, but when I leave it just a little later the speed has increased so dramatically it feels uncomfortably late.

This much I kind of expected. What I couldn’t imagine was how the Battista would behave when you push it to the limit in a corner, get the body moving, then add throttle, like you would to balance a normal car that’s getting frisky. In truth it’s a bit odd, at least on the 4S tyres. The spectacularly flat turn-in is still evident, but now the tyres and systems are fighting with the performance in tighter turns. In theory there’s torque vectoring and stability control giving each tyre precisely what it needs, but it feels more like four watch mechanisms being independently wound up, and there’s a lot going on to stop the body yawing about. Similarly, it’s a heavy car to get stopped, and the hard-working ABS adds another sense of punctuation. It’s not very fluid, and I trigger limp mode several times as the electronics and the power battle, something that’s apparently being worked on ahead of the imminent start of production. Furiosa mode is better. It unleashes the full 1874bhp, and naturally there’s the kick of even more violent acceleration, but it’s still kind of abstract, like Starship Enterprise warp mode – I don’t get a sense of the nose raising and tyres chewing the surface in a straight line; it almost floats forwards supernaturally.

The handling is much more convincing when the track dries, the Cup 2 Rs go on and I turn all the stability control off. The extra mechanical traction lets the slightly clunky systems fade into the background, so the Battista flows and turns more eagerly, and it feels more rear-biased, which apparently it isn’t – but there’s a nicer sense of working against the traction, having it bleed away progressively." Etc.


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TypeF173  3w ago

Very first Pininfarina Batista delivered to the United States of America plus final Sexy Metrics (everything previous now rescinded completely my discretionary choice, they are my calcualtions to revise, at anytime without notice. No discussions.)

 

Anyway km/h

100= 2.10 seconds
200= 5.20 seconds
300= 9.98 seconds
322= 11.68 seconds

She can beat these numbers, absolutely. By how much is unknown, we await Car and Driver Magazine tests and independently verified tests. Bugatti and Pagani have been tested within the last 18 months. her technical specifications are exactly the same as the Rimac so there should be no issue's achieving this.

Anything above those metrics plus top speed, totally not interested in. Rimac Automobli will take care of that and already have with the World Record breaking Nevera.

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Been a very long time coming indeed!

FIN.


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flt158  2m ago

It's a pity Pininfarina are planning to manufacture 125 Battistas.
But it should a long time to make each one. Right?

Comments please.
Flt 158


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TypeF173  2m ago

Quote>"First Pininfarina Battista electric hypercar delivered to US!"

At LAST one of the Stars of Geneva 2019!

Further>"The first example reached the U.S. this month.

The electric hypercar was delivered to a customer on the West Coast and features a combination of silver and bare carbon fiber for the exterior. The roof is finished in black and the customer also selected an Exterior Jewellery Pack, which adds some red brushed-aluminum accents to the car. Matching red brake calipers and red accents on the wheel locks complete the look.

For the interior, the customer selected red leather with black contrast stitching. The customer also chose a triangular pattern for the quilting on the leather that lines the center console and door inserts. The customer also requested a bespoke key featuring a stripe finished in the same red brushed aluminum as the exterior accents.

The second Battista to reach the U.S. will be the first of five Battista Anniversarios. The special-edition model was shown in 2020 to mark the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Pininfarina design company by Battista "Pinin" Farina, and all five are destined for customers in the U.S. The first will be shipped later in October."

Etc.

Sweet specifications too! Followed for years and here we are!🙂🙃

https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1137368_pininfarina-battista-us-delivery


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TypeF173  3m ago

CNET>"2022 Automobili Pininfarina Battista First Drive Review: Mamma Mia! This EV hypercar is much more than its headline-making straight-line speed.

The Battista powers on without much fanfare, and as I set off onto Pacific Coast Highway it feels, well, normal. Unlike pretty much every gas-powered hypercar, the Battista is perfectly happy to sit in traffic. There's no high-strung idle, no uncomfortable heat emanating through the cabin and no jerky transmission. In Calma mode the Battista is -- hilariously -- front-wheel drive, with the two front motors producing a more than adequate 402 horsepower, and Pininfarina says the Battista has an EPA-rated range of 300 miles. In this mode as well as the next-level-up Pura setting (which has just under 1,000 hp) the Battista has strong one-pedal regenerative braking, which is greatly appreciated versus the touchy brakes that are typical of this caliber of car. Visibility is pretty great, with thin A-pillars and sculpted front fenders that make the Battista easy to place, and a digital rearview mirror aiding the view behind. The ride is stiff without being unbearable, letting you feel all the bumps and divots in the road without getting unsettled. The Battista even has enough storage space in the rear for a set of fitted leather luggage."

https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/2022-automobili-pininfarina-battista-ev-hypercar-first-drive-review/


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TypeF173  6m ago

She's back, you think I forgot! LOL!

 

Hell no! Just remember the other one I REALLY like, the designer is EX Pininfarina!😉


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TypeF173  7m ago

Pininfarina Battista top speed electronically limited to 217MPH or circa 350km/h. She'll hit that speed benchmarked, at 15.5 seconds!😮

Looks like Mate Rimac wants the 0-400 and and 0-400-0km/h action! That's ALL good! Ultimately sister projects!



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TypeF173  7m ago

They're just ****ing geniuses pure and simple and ALWAYS have been? I recall how shocked I was when (YEARS after it's initial launch at Geneva) I first saw the Pininfarina Modulo for the very first time? Memories like that, will never ever fade.

 


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TypeF173  9m ago

Quote>"Pininfarina looks at acquisitions after return to profit. Pininfarina looks at acquisitions after cost cutting helps it return to profit."

https://europe.autonews.com/suppliers/pininfarina-looks-acquisitions-after-return-profit


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TypeF173  9m ago

Quote>"The Geneva motor show will return in 2023 after three years of cancellations, its organisers have announced."

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/new-cars/geneva-motor-show-return-2023-after-three-years

Quite fitting really that this news is being hosted in the Pininfarina Battista section. As that's where I first saw this incredibly impressive technologically sophisticated production car hypercar. In 2019.

And it also after 3 months marks a return to one of the most, individually for ME, most, if not THE most fascinating EV projects currently in final stages development. Absolutely NO contest, again for ME individually. For multitudes of reasons I need not state. It IS what it is!


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TypeF173  10m ago

TWO MONTHS?😲

That definitely needs sorting out!


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TypeF173  1y ago

Pictures tell a million words~ Five Pininfarina Battista's including one Anniversario>

https://ibb.co/Jq1sY37


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TypeF173  1y ago

It's an absolute given she's (once fully, and independently tested) going to destroy just about everything. But I'm CONVINCED people will be utterly (ELECTRICALLY! Ahahaha!) SHOCKED by it's racetrack and production laptime pace!

I'll leave it at that!

;)


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TypeF173  1y ago

The FOUR electric power modes in a Pininfarina Batista. Volkswagen Golf to Volkswagen Chiron! Ahahaha! JK, nobody have a fanny attack!

https://www.topgear.com/car-reviews/pininfarina/battista/driving?_gl=1*1bd4ina*_ga*Z0FKMWxZNHdtOVB3dGRndHh1Q25lSVFwUnVJUTVJY1JuNlB1NEZpaGNsRm1tbkJQT3NXQmYzSkdSdTBYRFhVRQ..

Calma> 402bhp and 870 lb ft of torque
Pura> 999bhp and 1,044 lb ft of torque
Energica> 1,341bhp and 1,393 lb ft of torque
Furiosa> 1,874bhp and 1,741 lb ft of torque

Very very interesting!


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TypeF173  1y ago

We ARE>PININFARINA!

 



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TypeF173  1y ago

So today (in between "chores" and "bores") I did something I've never done before, and certainly not for a new production hypercar. I read, that is after Google had done the work and translated them, Auto Motor und Sport and Quattroroute's initial driving impressions. This is on top of the English press, just about ALL of them!

The over riding feeling is this is an incredibly impressively engineered car (ofcourse with Rimac, but a collaborative effort) the dynamic capabilities and qualities are first class including the steering and braking.

There isn't much else to say, universally she's been recognised as being stunningly very beautiful but atleast, and at last almost in 2022 we've confirmation with general acceptance it's much more than purely skin deep.

She'll definitely perform, that's a given, but I've a feeling she'll hit much higher targets than people expect.

I was always excited by the project (and there are many) and her unveiling in 2019 where her entrance upstaged just about everything!

Forza Pininfarina! Bellissima!