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The first customer Pininfarina Battista will look like this

Every Battista will be personalised to the point of being completely unique. This one is apparently inspired by New York City

Published: 21 Jul 2021
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Red, white and blue – you can’t really go wrong with those three as a colour scheme, can you? Which is lucky when you’re speccing your 1 of 150, multi-million-pound, 1,900bhp Pininfarina Battista, we guess. 

Yep, the images above outline what the very first Battista customer has chosen from the 13.9 quintillion exterior combinations that Pininfarina is offering. Quintillion. We hadn’t even heard of that number until today. Said customer has done a decent job, we'd proffer.

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Given the many many options, Pininfarina has said that each of its hypercars will be individually tailored so that no two look the same. This first one is apparently inspired by New York City, and the base is actually exposed carbon fibre bodywork with an Iconica Blu thread. Lovely. The white stripes will be applied by hand and the red sections are painted aluminium that come as part of something called the Exterior Jewellery Pack. 

You’ll also notice the brilliantly-named Furiosa Carbon Accent Pack that’s finished in black, as well as the black roof and matte grey wheels. The interior combines black leather with blue stitching, more red aluminium and white seatbelts.

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