Pinin’ PF0 wants in on hypercar wars
All-electric, £1.7m and 250mph top speed... it isn’t mucking about
Heritage. Pininfarina has it in spades, which makes its newest venture – a separate carmaking entity called Automobili Pininfarina – something exciting to behold. Mainly as it’s planning an electric hypercar that’ll see the scary side of 250mph.
Welcome to the PF0. Or at least the back of it. Underneath a full carbon-fibre body sits a powertrain capable of 0–62mph in less than two secs, 0–186mph in less than 12, and that scary top speed. AP reckons on 310 miles of range, less so if perchance you fall upon an empty autobahn...
AP is looking to a 2020 launch date for the PF0; the year Pininfarina celebrates its 90th anniversary. No more than 90 are expected to be built, each costing in the region of £1.7m each.
“Pininfarina’s design values of elegance and simplicity present us with a fantastic opportunity to stand out from the styling of most current sports and hypercars,” design boss Luca Borgogno says.
Like we say, heritage.