Pininfarina Battista: the latest tests with Nick Heidfeld for the first deliveries [VIDEO]

The production Pininfarina Battista is approaching its debut, with the first deliveries expected at the beginning of 2022, and the tests of the electric hypercar of the Italian brand continue. It is also the most powerful Italian production car ever, with its 1,900 electric hp. The Nardò track is always the setting for testing, with an exceptional tester, Nick Heidfeld , former Formula 1 driver (185 GP disputed) and test driver of Automobili Pininfarina.    "Something I've never experienced until now" The German raced on the Apulian track , after having supported the technicians in the development and tuning of the car, with driving to a professional simulator in the previous months. And the driver appeared enthusiastic: “ Performance and acceleration are already beyond all possible imagination - his words - I was surprised by the sense of naturalness with which the Pininfarina Battista tackles the track ”.    “ I must say, in all honesty, that driving the Battista prototype far exceeded my expectations - he continued - Something never experienced before. I can't wait to test the car even off the track, in the curves on the mountain roads ”.    Power of 1,900 horsepower The Pininfarina Battista is powered by four electric motors for a maximum power of 1,900 hp and 2,300 Nm of maximum torque, to achieve sensational performance . The acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour takes place in less than two seconds , a timing even faster than an F1 single-seater , while the top speed is around 350 km / h . The maximum power is expressed with the "Furiosa" mode, which can be set from the dedicated throttle but if necessary it can be transformed into a calm and comfortable GT to use every day, thanks to the great exploitation of the electric propulsion and the 4 driving modes available: Furiosa , Calm, Pure and Energetic.    As far as autonomy is concerned , the company has declared the possibility of traveling about 500 kilometers with zero emissions with a recharge from the 120 kWh battery provided by an excellence in the sector, or rather Rimac. The definitive version will therefore arrive at the beginning of 2022, with the start of production in the summer. Only 150 copies will be produced at a price of around 2 million euros.

The production Pininfarina Battista is approaching its debut, with the first deliveries expected at the beginning of 2022, and the tests of the electric hypercar of the Italian brand continue. It is also the most powerful Italian production car ever, with its 1,900 electric hp. The Nardò track is always the setting for testing, with an exceptional tester, Nick Heidfeld , former Formula 1 driver (185 GP disputed) and test driver of Automobili Pininfarina.

"Something I've never experienced until now"

The German raced on the Apulian track , after having supported the technicians in the development and tuning of the car, with driving to a professional simulator in the previous months. And the driver appeared enthusiastic: “ Performance and acceleration are already beyond all possible imagination - his words - I was surprised by the sense of naturalness with which the Pininfarina Battista tackles the track ”.

The production Pininfarina Battista is approaching its debut, with the first deliveries expected at the beginning of 2022, and the tests of the electric hypercar of the Italian brand continue. It is also the most powerful Italian production car ever, with its 1,900 electric hp. The Nardò track is always the setting for testing, with an exceptional tester, Nick Heidfeld , former Formula 1 driver (185 GP disputed) and test driver of Automobili Pininfarina.    "Something I've never experienced until now" The German raced on the Apulian track , after having supported the technicians in the development and tuning of the car, with driving to a professional simulator in the previous months. And the driver appeared enthusiastic: “ Performance and acceleration are already beyond all possible imagination - his words - I was surprised by the sense of naturalness with which the Pininfarina Battista tackles the track ”.    “ I must say, in all honesty, that driving the Battista prototype far exceeded my expectations - he continued - Something never experienced before. I can't wait to test the car even off the track, in the curves on the mountain roads ”.    Power of 1,900 horsepower The Pininfarina Battista is powered by four electric motors for a maximum power of 1,900 hp and 2,300 Nm of maximum torque, to achieve sensational performance . The acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour takes place in less than two seconds , a timing even faster than an F1 single-seater , while the top speed is around 350 km / h . The maximum power is expressed with the "Furiosa" mode, which can be set from the dedicated throttle but if necessary it can be transformed into a calm and comfortable GT to use every day, thanks to the great exploitation of the electric propulsion and the 4 driving modes available: Furiosa , Calm, Pure and Energetic.    As far as autonomy is concerned , the company has declared the possibility of traveling about 500 kilometers with zero emissions with a recharge from the 120 kWh battery provided by an excellence in the sector, or rather Rimac. The definitive version will therefore arrive at the beginning of 2022, with the start of production in the summer. Only 150 copies will be produced at a price of around 2 million euros.

“ I must say, in all honesty, that driving the Battista prototype far exceeded my expectations - he continued - Something never experienced before. I can't wait to test the car even off the track, in the curves on the mountain roads ”.

Power of 1,900 horsepower

The Pininfarina Battista is powered by four electric motors for a maximum power of 1,900 hp and 2,300 Nm of maximum torque, to achieve sensational performance . The acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour takes place in less than two seconds , a timing even faster than an F1 single-seater , while the top speed is around 350 km / h .

The production Pininfarina Battista is approaching its debut, with the first deliveries expected at the beginning of 2022, and the tests of the electric hypercar of the Italian brand continue. It is also the most powerful Italian production car ever, with its 1,900 electric hp. The Nardò track is always the setting for testing, with an exceptional tester, Nick Heidfeld , former Formula 1 driver (185 GP disputed) and test driver of Automobili Pininfarina.    "Something I've never experienced until now" The German raced on the Apulian track , after having supported the technicians in the development and tuning of the car, with driving to a professional simulator in the previous months. And the driver appeared enthusiastic: “ Performance and acceleration are already beyond all possible imagination - his words - I was surprised by the sense of naturalness with which the Pininfarina Battista tackles the track ”.    “ I must say, in all honesty, that driving the Battista prototype far exceeded my expectations - he continued - Something never experienced before. I can't wait to test the car even off the track, in the curves on the mountain roads ”.    Power of 1,900 horsepower The Pininfarina Battista is powered by four electric motors for a maximum power of 1,900 hp and 2,300 Nm of maximum torque, to achieve sensational performance . The acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour takes place in less than two seconds , a timing even faster than an F1 single-seater , while the top speed is around 350 km / h . The maximum power is expressed with the "Furiosa" mode, which can be set from the dedicated throttle but if necessary it can be transformed into a calm and comfortable GT to use every day, thanks to the great exploitation of the electric propulsion and the 4 driving modes available: Furiosa , Calm, Pure and Energetic.    As far as autonomy is concerned , the company has declared the possibility of traveling about 500 kilometers with zero emissions with a recharge from the 120 kWh battery provided by an excellence in the sector, or rather Rimac. The definitive version will therefore arrive at the beginning of 2022, with the start of production in the summer. Only 150 copies will be produced at a price of around 2 million euros.

 The maximum power is expressed with the "Furiosa" mode, which can be set from the dedicated throttle but if necessary it can be transformed into a calm and comfortable GT to use every day, thanks to the great exploitation of the electric propulsion and the 4 driving modes available: Furiosa , Calm, Pure and Energetic.

As far as autonomy is concerned , the company has declared the possibility of traveling about 500 kilometers with zero emissions with a recharge from the 120 kWh battery provided by an excellence in the sector, or rather Rimac. The definitive version will therefore arrive at the beginning of 2022, with the start of production in the summer. Only 150 copies will be produced at a price of around 2 million euros.

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