The World's most powerful car will cost $2,000,000

      Automobili Pininfarina confirms 1,900 bhp beast

      2y ago

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      Automobili Pininfarina have confirmed the production of its all-electric PF0 hypercar.

      Developed alongside Rimac, the PF0 is set to be the most powerful road car ever built. 0-62mph is set to take less than 2 seconds and it should be able to reach 186mph in less than 12 seconds. The PF0 will have a top speed between 217 and 250 mph. Pininfarina are yet to confirm the exact figure.

      This ludicrous performance is due to four electric motors all working together to produce a combined output of 1,900bhp and 2,300 Nm of torque.

      The chassis will be made from carbon fibre to try and make the car a little lighter due to having four large batteries on board. An active aerodynamic wing is likely to feature on the back of the car to increase downforce when under heavy braking.

      To put this into perspective, the PF0 is set to have 420 more horsepower than the Bugatti Chiron. These are some serious figures. even by hypercar standards.

      The Pininfarina PF0’s battery will be 25% bigger than the one in the Tesla Model S P100D, promising more than 300 miles of range. Pininfarina have also claimed the PF0 will recharge from empty to 80 per cent capacity in 25-40 minutes when using a fast charger.

      The PF0 will be limited to 150 models and will cost approximately $2,000,000

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      Comments (39)

      • Keep Hammond away from it

          2 years ago
      • I was hyped...until I read "EV"

          2 years ago
      • I don't know where these car manufacturers get the idea that petrol heads want a 2000bhp electric car and that we want to go really fast in it. As long as it doesn't have a V8 or v10 or a v12 in it, I don't care how fast it goes, I don't care about its range, I don't care about its charging speed, I don't care about its 0 to 60 time. It's just simply irrelevant. People like Teslas because it's actually practical and speed is just a happy addition. Electric hypercars are just a waste of money.

          2 years ago
      • If 145 of these don’t end up burning craters into tracks, then we’re looking at the birth of the road King. I see a lot of “how is this managed”, and the answer is simply to search “torque vectoring”. It’s inherent to Direct Drive EV’s and is why AI can help drivers to new lap times otherwise impossible. It’s impossible (the faster an object (mass), the infinitly heavier it gets) for Mechanical systems be as responsive nor efficient as electron signaling - so in short, if you haven’t driven a Tesla/have a Mechanical Science/Physics degree, then you won’t grasp how stupid power outputs are managed across the board from driver to tires.

        This is 100% the future of speed... but ICE will forever remain like archery in the age of lasers and Drone Strikes - never forget your heritage!

          2 years ago
      • Where can I sign up to buy 2, please?

          2 years ago

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