Pininfarina electric hypercar gets comprehensive connectivity: Page 2 of 2

November 16, 2020 //By Christoph Hammerschmidt
Electric Pininfarina hypercar comes with comprehensive connectivity
A partnership between the Italian luxury car manufacturer Automobili Pininfarina and Deutsche Telekom gives owners of the new all-electric hypercar Battista the opportunity to access online services in more than 50 countries worldwide. Features include seamless roaming, software updates via the air interface and smart diagnostics.

This “always-online digital” ecosystem is enhanced by the Battista's infotainment system. Two touch screens on either side of the steering wheel and an additional narrow display in the middle provide all relevant telemetry data, dynamic functions and selected media and navigation content and their controls. The displays have been designed and positioned to ensure minimal distraction for the driver while providing all the necessary information on the road. The digital services offered with the Battista include free recharging with ChargePoint.


Three screens around the steering wheel give the driver all the information he needs

The Battista is designed to deliver unprecedented performance - more than any current road-going sports car with a combustion engine. With its acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 2 seconds, it will even outperform current Formula 1 cars. With its 1,900 hp and 2,300 Nm of torque, the Battista combines exceptional performance and technology with zero local emissions. The Battista's 120 kWh battery powers four electric motors (one per wheel) and offers a simulated WLTP range of over 500 km on a single charge. The Battista is unlikely to become a mass car, given these performance data - and the Italian manufacturer is not even talking about the price. In addition, the company has other ways of ensuring that the Battista will not become an everyday sight on the roads: It is planned to produce only 150 units.

More information: www.pininfarina.it

https://www.telekom.com/en

 

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