Articles about Pininfarina

The firm has a long history of taking on various design briefs
Jim Glickenhaus’ Ferrari P4/5 gets detailed by the guys from Ammo NYC
A while back, Ammo NYC was commissioned by Jim Glickenhaus himself to give the Baja-winning Boot its first detailing job. Now, Mr. Glickenhaus has once again employed the services of Larry Kosilla and his crew, this time for the famed Ferrari
Only for the wealthiest of gamers
Given an unlimited budget, how much is the most you would spend on a racing simulator? Let's see now...a large high-end LED TV, a top-spec gaming rig, the fanciest racing wheel, a comfortable seat-we reckon a sum
Along with a color-matched wallbox
We suspect the last thing the buyer of a £2-million (P127.4 million) hypercar needs is free fuel. But the lucky blighters who've ordered a Pininfarina Battista are about to get exactly that.Yep. Sink that eye-watering sum into
And they look exquisite
Everything's going retro these days. Motorcycles, cars, watches-you name it. And now, even racing simulators have gotten the vintage styling treatment.This is the 'eClassic' simulator, a project led by The Classic Car Trust (TCCT) and Racing Unleashed. It features
Clients can get used to high-performance EVs by driving a Formula E car
Pininfarina willingly admits that most customers for the upcoming 1,900hp Battista will have never driven an EV before. It acknowledges that they'll have big collections of the world's rarest cars, but something like the Nissan Leaf might not exactly
Because cars aren’t the only vehicles these Italians can design
How do you follow the launch of a 1,900hp all-electric hypercar? For Pininfarina, the answer was simple-design a train, of course.Now, this may seem a little out of the blue, but the Italian design house does actually have
It moves!
You probably know the Pininfarina Battista by now. If not, here's a quick recap: fully electric, 1,900hp, 0-100kph in sub 2.0sec, styling by one of the biggest names in the business. If this doesn't sway you from
The design company is finally making it's own supercar
This, ladies and gentlemen, is the most powerful road-legal car ever to come out of Italy. It's probably worth pondering that for a second.Thanks to a 120kWh lithium-ion battery pack, the Pininfarina Battista produces approximately 1,900hp and
The 1,900hp electric hypercar takes the name of the company’s founder
Quite the conundrum. What on earth do you name a 1,900hp, fully electric hypercar backed by a design house with nearly 90 years of history? Something flashy and futuristic? A letter-and-number designation (it was codenamed PF0)? Heck, just a
A shooting brake is a potential future model
The realization of the Automobili Pininfarina PF0 hypercar has been nearly 90 years in the making-a dream first envisioned by Pininfarina founder Battista all those years ago when he wanted his own road car.In 2020, we'll see the PF0.
This is not a half-hearted effort
David Beckham is an icon in Vietnam. We know this because VinFast, Vietnam's newest and actually only carmaker, brought Beckham on stage at the launch of its first two cars at the Paris Motor Show.Along with Miss Vietnam. And
So swinging '60s
The Fiat 500 is 60 years old and, as befits the cutest motoring icon in all the world, it's got a birthday present-a collaboration between Garage Italia and Pininfarina. Welcome to the Spiaggina by Garage Italia. As you can see,
Do these look Indian-designed to you?
So Mahindra recently released three concept designs for its Formula E race car. We have to say they look pretty good. Actually, scratch that. They look pretty damn good.Surprised? We don't blame you. Here in the Philippines, the company is
Those guys are rolling in cash
Ferrari has delivered the first of the six limited-edition Sergio roadsters to its owner, the SBH Royal Auto Gallery in the United Arab Emirates. The car is slated to appear at Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina Circuit, where the Finali Mondiali
Limited to just 6 units
In March 2013, renowned Italian design firm Pininfarina showed off at the Geneva Motor Show the Sergio concept car, which was based on the Ferrari 458 Spider. At that time, however, it was a one-off car created to honor the company'
Supposedly an 'everlasting writing instrument'
It's usually stunning cars we associate with Pininfarina, so we weren't expecting one of its latest creations to be launched in Germany during Paperworld, which you could think of as the Frankfurt Auto Show for stationery and writing instruments.The
Meet the one-off Gran Lusso
You\'re familiar with Pininfarina, the famous automotive design firm from Italy responsible for the exterior styling of many iconic Ferrari cars like the Daytona, the Testarossa, the F40 and the Enzo, just to name a few. The company has also penciled
Just five to six units, to be exact
Remember the Sergio concept car which Italian design firm Pininfarina revealed earlier this month at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show? Well, it just might go into "a very limited run of five to six units" at 3 million euros each, Pininfarina chief
Stylish enough for production?
Guess you can't have too many new Ferrari cars these days. Right after the Italian carmaker unleashed the LaFerrari to a delighted motoring world, renowned car designer Pininfarina unveiled this Sergio concept for Ferrari at the 2013 Geneva International Motor Show.
Over 1,000 visitors in one morning alone
The Ferrari Museum in Maranello recently inaugurated its "The Great Ferraris From Sergio Pininfarina" exhibit. In a week's time since its doors opened to the public, record numbers of crowds have trooped to the venue.According to Ferrari, in the morning
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