Visitors to the 77th Goodwood Members Meeting in April 2019 were the first in the UK to see the new Pininfarina Battista hypercar. The 1900hp, pure-electric Battista was presented in a bespoke pavilion in Goodwood’s paddock alongside a Pininfarina-designed 1955 Lancia Aurelia owned by the Duke of Richmond.
Pinin Farina’s sleek 1957 Coupe was the first coachbuilt car to be based on the then-new Alfa Romeo 2000. Story by Chris Rees.
The fourth collaboration between Pininfarina and HK, the GT concept Pairs all-electric power with a choice of range extender options…
Pininfarina is making a special Battista ‘Anniversario’ edition to celebrate 90 years of the design house – even before the regular Battista is launched.
Pininfarina has moved its headquarters to Munich, Germany under CEO, Michael Perschke. The Indian-owned company will continue to operate in Italy as well.
Sleek electric luxury model will follow the imminent £1.7 million Battista hypercar.
Pininfarina’s futuristic Ferrari 512 S Modulo of 1970 has been voted ‘Most Exciting Design’ at the recent Villa d’Este Concours d'Elegance. Initilly born as a pure object of research, it was presented at Villa d'Este as a running car following three years of restoration.
Out of the studio and into production, global designer to build electric hypercar…