It’s gonna be a big year
We've already driven the prototype of Hyundai's first junior hot hatch, and we liked it plenty. If there's any car that has a chance of challenging the sublime Ford Fiesta ST for super-shopping car medals, it's South
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
Ka-ching!
Missed the first part of the list? Check it out here.Price: €1.7 million (P96.5 million)Could this be the most brain-bending supercar of all time? Early odds certainly favor it. The Gemera has a 2.0-liter three-
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
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
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