Luxury Italian carmaker Automobili Pininfarina’s Rimac electric-powered hypercar Battista has broken the records for peak accelerating and braking.
The automaker will launch its stunningly remarkable Battista in the Middle East during the Dubai autodrome, where it hopes to showcase its unmatched dynamic capabilities.
The launch control system exclusively designed by the automakers mix it the only production car to accelerate faster than Formula One cars. It can effectively manage to reach staggering speeds from a standstill to 60 mph (96.5 km/h) in 1.79 seconds, 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 1.86 seconds, 0-120 mph (193 km/h) in 4.49 seconds, and 0-200 km/h (124 mph) in 4.75 seconds.
The braking system has to be impeccable when you make such fast cars. Well, this is what Batista is good at. The fastest EV in the world can stop from 62 mph in under 101 feet. What is more astonishing is that the Batista achieved this milestone not on a drag strip spread with VHT or PJ1 TrackBite resins but on an untreated stretch of track.
With 1,900 hp and 2,340 Nm of torque, The all-electric Batista is the most powerful Italian automobile ever made. However, the Super GT has a mind-boggling price tag of $2.25 million (€2.2 million), excluding local taxes, and has a max speed of 217 mph (350 kph) and a WLTP range of up to 295 miles (476 km).
This hypercar will be manufactured in a limited number that is 150. It took over 1250 hours of expert labour in Cambiano, Italy. With its super speed, it also comes with superior luxury customers can choose from a wide array of external colour options with personalized detailing, unique aluminium exterior jewellery, and alloy wheel designs, and customers can select from nearly infinite levels of interior colour schemes and finishes.