Mahindra-Owned Pininfarina’s Battista Teased Ahead Of Debut In Geneva


Pininfarina will introduce three different versions of Battista in Geneva and production will be limited to just 50 units

Pininfarina, which is owned by Mahindra and Mahindra, has released a new teaser of its upcoming electric hypercar Battista. The teaser image only shows the alloy wheels and red brake callipers but the company has released more details ahead of its global debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month as they will showcase three versions of Battista.

The first car is Grigio Luserna Battista and it is finished in satin grey body colour with anodized aluminium detailing and satin Blu Iconica accents.  The interior is finished in dual tone black and tan colour. According to the company, this design theme presents a strong, well-defined and dynamic expression of Battista, which remains elegant.

The second car will come with a design pack for the Battista and it is finished in Blu iconic colour, which is similar to the traditional Pininfarina brand colour with an interpretation of Pininfarina Blue. The company has applied multiple layers of paint to get a deep blue colour. This car comes with different bonnet and wing mirror.


The third car from the Battista series in Geneva showcases the specialist design services, the company offer for the prospective customers. The Battista is finished in Bianco Sestriere, a pure pearlescent white colour. The company has added a red aluminium line along the flanks between the rocker and door ahead of the front wheel and running along the back from the rear wheels.

This might the car, which is teased in this image.  Along with the hypercar, Mahindra Racing will reveal a new Battista-inspired Formula E racing car. The Battista Electric Hypercar is expected to reach the market in 2020 and the company has already confirmed that production will be limited to just 50 units, which will be sold globally.


The company has already partnered with the world’s leading specialist car retailers for Battista and the car will be offered in North America, Europe, Middle-East and Asia. The Italian firm is yet to release more technical details of the hypercar and it is expected to produce around 1,900 hp from its electric motor system. Stay tuned to for all the details.