The electric hypercar produces 1,900 hp and 2,300 Nm, performance is mind-blowing as top speed is 350 kph and 0-100 kph in just 2 sec
Pininfarina has officially revealed Battista at the Geneva Motor Show and it is the first product of Italian design house, which is owned by Mahindra & Mahindra. Like most of its other creations, the design of Battista is elegant and sporty as the front gets LED headlamps and a LED bar in between them. The body has been designed to keep air-resistance as low as possible.
The hyper electric rides on 21-inch alloy wheels with specially developed Pirelli P Zero tyres. The Battista come with pop-rear spoiler and it gets a split design in which the middle part of the wing is finished in black colour while the outer ones get a blue car, so it doesn’t stand out when it is closed.
The charging port is positioned behind the tail lamp and when it is charging, the LED light indicates the charging percentage and the hypercar also get fast charging. The front splitters along with active rear diffuser are designed to produce maximum downforce to keep the hypercar rock solid even in extreme speeds.
To keep the weight low, the hypercar comes with carbon-fibre monocoque chassis along with rear carbon subframe. Additional weight loss comes from a carbon fibre roof and hood. The Battista tips the scale just below 2000 kgs. To accommodate the battery pack, the engineers decided to give a long wheelbase for the hypercar.
The interior continues the high tech modern exterior design theme as the company has given three display in front of the driver. The middle one provides details like vehicle speed etc while the battery pack information along with other details on the first screen while the third display is for the infotainment system, which comes with a navigation system.
The battery pack for Battista is supplied by Rimac’s and the hypercar use a 120 kWh lithium-ion battery pack with an electric motor at each wheel also. The hypercar puts out 1,900 hp of power and 2,300 Nm of torque. 0-100 kph in 2 sec, 0-300 kph in 12 sec and the top speed is 350 kph, which can be increased by opting for performance pack. The Battista will be limited to just 50 units and the price is expected to be announced close to the launch next year.