This 1977HP EV can zoom from 0 to 60mph in 1.79 seconds. Where artist meet automaker.
The Pininfarina Battista may have only just gone into production, but it’s already setting records.
The famed Italian coachbuilder just announced that its debut battery-powered hypercar is the world’s fastest accelerating car.
Pininfarina trumpeted the Battista’s record as the EV made its United Arab Emirates debut at the Dubai Autodrome on Monday. Thanks to the hypercar’s unique launch control system, the car was able to rocket from zero-to-60 mph in just 1.79 seconds, according to a press release. That breaks the previous record of 1.86 seconds, which was set last year by the Rimac Nevera, by nearly a tenth of a second. That isn’t the only acceleration record the car has set, either. It’s also the fastest from zero-to-120 mph, accomplishing that feat in 4.49 seconds. And just in case that wasn’t enough, the car is also capable of slowing down from 60-to-zero mph in just 102 feet, which is itself a record for an EV.
h/t Robb Report
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