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Pininfarina Battista sets new acceleration record

Pininfarina is said to produce just 150 examples of the supercar worldwide, with deliveries already having commenced.

Pininfarina Battista has set a new record to become the fastest-accelerating and fastest-stopping road-legal supercar in the world.

The Battista hit 0 - 100 km/h in just 1.79 seconds, which is 0.5 seconds faster than a Bugatti Chiron. The Battista then went on to hit 200 km/h in 6 seconds & 300 km/h in 12 seconds before reaching a top speed of 349 km/h.

Similarly, in terms of stopping power, the massive 390 mm Brembo carbon ceramic disc brakes on the Pininfarina Battista helped it to come to a complete halt from 100 km/h in just 101 feet.

The Pininfarina Battista supercar comes with a 120 kWh battery pack, powering four electric motors producing a combined output of 1900 BHP and 2300 Nm. The electric supercar comes with a range of 476 km on a single charge, with fast-charging capabilities allowing a 20 - 80% charge in just 25 mins.

Pininfarina is said to produce just 150 examples of the supercar worldwide, with deliveries already having commenced.

 
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