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First official pic: new Pininfarina PF0 hypercar
A private debut for Pininfarina’s incoming electric hypercar at Pebble Beach
This is the first official image of Automobili Pininfarina’s new electric hypercar, dubbed the PF0.
The car itself was shown in a private preview at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance show in California over the weekend. We’re told the private viewings concluded in an “overwhelming response” to what the team is attempting to produce.
Explaining this new image of the car’s rear, Automobili Pininfarina’s design director Luca Borgogno said: “As with Pininfarina cars of the past, PF0 has to stand out in an emerging sector.
“You can see that impact in the PF0 rear view treatment where the car’s performance potential is functionally defined by dramatic wings.”
And it’ll be some performance. The PF0 promises an all-electric drivetrain capable of shooting the two-door from 0-62mph in less than two seconds, 186mph in less than 12, and a top speed north of 250mph.
Range? It’s being projected at over 300 miles, and each one is expected to cost £1.7m each. No more than 150 cars will be built, at AP’s Cambiano facility from 2020.
“We have some great feedback from clients who have owned numerous Pininfarina-styled supercars,” explained AP’s boss Michael Perschke about the private viewing. “We know we are on the right track and we will now return to Europe to deliver on our aim of producing the world’s most beautiful, innovative and rare hypercar.”
The final design and name will be revealed at next year’s Geneva Motor Show. Just six months to go before we see what’s what…