Pininfarina Plans To Launch Electric Hypercar In 2020

Posted: Mar 21 2018, 12:46pm CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

Pininfarina Plans to Launch Electric Hypercar in 2020
Pininfarin’ H2 Speed shows its hypercar vision. Photo Credit: AutoBlog

Pininfarina is a Brand to Reckon with in the Future as Far as EVs are Concerned

A Zerouno car came out recently. It was Italian designed and was hot stuff. Yet there is more on the horizon. A brand name bearing the title of Pininfarina will launch a hypercar by the name of Mahindra soon.

The future beckons the company’s administration and bosses to make this car and sell it like there is no tomorrow. Some huge investments are being currently made to make this EV a viable alternative in the days to come.

The roadmap ahead for the company matches that of other companies with the only difference being that it is taking this goal very seriously.

The hypercar will bring a great deal of popularity and profits to the company which is a good thing. The electric part is enough to raise the interest of many environmentally conscious individuals.

This electric hypercar will be named the PF-Zero, according to Autocar. As for the main competition for this car, it will be the Bugatti Chiron.

The alternative thing is the electric battery and motor instead of the internal combustion engine which will lie snug within the PF-Zero. The fleet of SUVs that this company has got as an objective are such that they will rival the likes of Porsche.

The launch of the PF-Zero will take place two years from now. The whole scheme will get off the ground starting from April. This company has displayed one of its prototype models at the Geneva Auto Show however it is only meant for the racing track and not ordinary city roads.

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