Electric cars are expensive. But no EV is as expensive as this creation from the famous Pininfarina. Its name is Pininfarina Barchetta and it has about a million billion horsepower.
The hypercar was presented by the Italians at the Monterey Car Week in California. The car previously bore the code name B95, but Pininfarina introduced the world to the EV as the Pininfarina Barchetta.
That name might sound familiar: built between 1995 and 2005 Fiat the Fiat Barchetta. Apart from the fact that both cars go homeless through life, they have little to do with each other.
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Value Fiat Barchetta it had to make do with 130 hp, the power of the Pininfarina Barchetta is from another planet. The electric hypercar has a peak power of no less than 1900 hp. This is thanks to the four electric motors it is equipped with - one for each wheel. Together they ensure that the Barchetta sprints to 100 in less than 2 seconds. The top speed is somewhere over 300 km/h.
A T-shaped and liquid-cooled 120 kWh lithium-ion battery is installed in the Barchetta. The battery pack can charge quickly with a maximum of 270 kW and goes from 20 to 80 percent in 25 minutes. Nearly half an hour may sound slow, but then again it's a big battery.
Each Pininfarina Barchetta will be handcrafted at the factory in Cambiano, Italy. With the ten lucky ones who are allowed to place an order for the Barchetta, the car is completely decorated to taste together. Pininfarina also supplies a suitable helmet for every buyer for safety.
If you are interested in becoming one of the ten customers, you should hope to win the state lottery. The Pininfarina Barchetta costs a staggering 4.4 million euros. In 2025, the first orders will be delivered to the undoubtedly extremely wealthy customers.
The Pininfarina Barchetta is the brand's second electric hypercar to introduce. Last year we already met the Pininfarina Battista:
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This post was last modified on August 18, 2023 9:35 am
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