PF hypercar specs revealed

posted August 23, 2018 at 06:45 pm
by  Manila Standard
Automobili Pininfarina has released some performance specifications for its upcoming PF0 hypercar that’s set to make its debut at a private showing at next Sunday’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in the US state of California.

It’s believed the PF0 is being built on the latest EV platform from Rimac, and it’s being claimed it will be able to go from a standing start to 62 mph in “less than two seconds.” The PF0 is also said to be able to go on to a top speed of more than 300 kph (186mph), and despite those staggering numbers it’s also supposed to boast “a potential zero-emissions range of up to 500 km (310 miles).” Of course, the range is likely to be considerably less than that if the car is driven in a way likely to test out those performance specifications.

Cars generally have to be pretty special to make it to the world-renowned Concours d’Elegance, and from what’s being said about the PF0 this is a car that more than fits the bill. This will be the first model produced by the legendary Italian design house as a vehicle manufacturer in its own right, and it’s certainly making a statement with this initial offering.

Ahead of the private showing in California a number of sketches of the car have already been revealed by Pininfarina, and there’s now also a video of Paolo Pininfarina describing the launch of this eagerly awaited first model from the company he’s the chairman of.

Topics: Automobili Pininfarina , Paolo Pininfarina , Concours d’Elegance
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