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Pure electric magic soldier Pininfarina B95

●Italian top workshop celebrates the 95th anniversary of the founding of the commemorative car

●The world's first pure electric two-seater convertible Hyper sports car

●The maximum horsepower reaches 1877 horsepower, and the acceleration exceeds 100 in two seconds

●Manufactured by hand and limited to ten pieces, the suggested price is 4.8 million US dollars

Readers who are familiar with the supercar brand should have heard the name of Pininfarina in Italy. To celebrate the 95th anniversary of its founding, the brand has launched a handmade limited edition pure electric supercar B95 with great commemorative value. 95 naturally represents the 95th anniversary, and The B at the beginning corresponds to the Italian word Barchetta, which means an open-top two-seater sports car. The B95 is also the world's first pure electric open-top sports car with Hyper Car performance.

The Speedster design of the B95 is very handsome, and it is also the world's first pure electric convertible two-seater sports car

The design of the B95 follows the Pura pure car-making concept that Pininfarina has emphasized in recent years. The minimalist body sheet metal does not have too many lines, but it can create a very aggressive shape. The narrow and long LED daytime running lights are perfectly integrated into the sheet metal. Among the components, the air intake dam extends directly from the front bumper to the front of the cabin, creating an extremely powerful aerodynamic effect. In terms of power system, B95 is a pure electric top supercar. The original factory installed an electric motor on each of the four tires. The maximum horsepower can reach 1400 kW (about 1877 horsepower) in one fell swoop, and the torque is even more exaggerated. , so the acceleration from 0 to 100km/h can be achieved in only 2 seconds, and the top speed is as high as 299km/h.

The interior not only has the sense of combat that a Hyper Car should have, but also has a more luxurious atmosphere.

Everyone knows that Pininfarina is a purely handmade car factory, so the B95 is limited to only ten units in the world, and can provide unlimited customized services for every owner. Of course, the suggested price is also an exaggerated $4.8 million. , about NT$152 million.

This post was last modified on August 30, 2023 9:01 am


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