Pininfarina’s HyperSupercar PFo Will Debut at Geneva Motor Show
Automobili Pininfarina confirms 1,900 hp for its upcoming HyperSupercar will be launched at the Geneva Motor Show next year
Pininfarina has confirmed the production of its all-electric PF0 hypercar which is set to go on sale in Y 2020 following its official release at next year’s Geneva Motor Show in March.
Developed alongside Rimac, the PF0 is expected to be the most powerful road car ever built. It is expected to go from 0-62 mph in under 2 secs and it should be able to reach 186 mph in under 12 secs.
The PF0 will have a Top Speed between 217 and 250 mph, Pininfarina is yet to confirm the exact number.
This hyper performance is comes from 4 electric motors all working together to produce a combined output of 1,900 bhp and 2,300 Nm of torque.
The chassis will be made from carbon fiber to make the car as light as possible and compensate for the four large batteries on-board.
An active aerodynamic wing is likely to feature at the back to increase down-force under heavy braking.
To put this into perspective, the PF0 is set to have 420 more horsepower than the Bugatti Chiron. These are some serious numbers, even by HyperSupercar standards.
The Pininfarina PF0’s battery will be 25% bigger than the one in the Tesla Model S P100D, promising more than 300 miles of range. Pininfarina has also claimed the PF0 will recharge from empty to 80% capacity in 25-40 mins when using a fast charger.
The PF0 was previewed at Pebble Beach during Monterey Car Week this Summer, the prototype is now in Europe being shown to prospective customers ahead of its debut in Geneva in March next March.
The PF0 will be limited to 150 cars and will cost approximately US$2-M. I expect the PFo will be sold out before its debut.
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