The new 1,874-horsepower all-electric Pininfarina Battista has officially entered production
Pininfarina began production of the Battista, and the Atelier where it is built is much more than that.
The Pininfarina Battista isn’t just the first car to bear the name of the world-renowned Italian design house, it’s an all-electric hypercar capable of an incredible 1,874 horsepower and 1,726 pound-feet of torque, and the impressive design that the house had been known for decades. Only 150 examples of the Battista will be made, but Pininfarina’s Battista Atelier space in Cambiano, Italy, is entirely dedicated to these 150 cars, with not only the space to build each one, but also a commissioning room where potential customers they can get the best. inspiration to design and create your Battista dream.
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With 10 weeks of assembly required and 1,340 hours of work by 10 craftsmen, including bespoke work, the attention to detail involved in manufacturing Battista is intense, with 14 production and quality control areas involved in the process. Each of the 150 Battistas will be customized, with each owner having the opportunity to meet the team and go through a detailed consultation process to set up the car. At Cambiano, clients have the opportunity to work face-to-face with designers in Battista’s atelier, ensuring that the final design represents perfection. The interior alone offers 128 million configuration possibilities, which means that each Battista will be unique.
Battista’s ownership experience promises to be second to none, with a “flying doctor” available to fly anywhere in the world to help with specific car-related situations. The team of these Flying Doctors have the most experience with the car, having participated in the development of the Owner’s Manual and the Workshop Manual for the retail partners. Deliveries of the Battista are scheduled to begin this summer, and for customers, fans, onlookers, and the automotive world at large, things are about to change.
Source: Automobili Pininfarina
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