Pininfarina will tailor each Battista vehicle to the exact specification of the customer courtesy of the company’s all-encompassing bespoke personalization program, and the first custom commission has just been revealed.
This unique Battista hyper GT is inspired by New York City and comes with a subtle yet sophisticated red, white and blue colour theme, mixing its Exposed Signature Carbon bodywork with a world-first Iconica Blu thread.
The car also comes with Performance Stripes and a Pinstripe finished in Bianco Sestriere metallic, while a red exterior Jewellery Pack completes the look by fusing with the Furiosa Carbon Accent Pack finished in the previously mentioned Black Exposed Signature Carbon. Furthermore, the Impulso wheels feature a Dark Matte Gray finish, brought together by the black anodized brushed aluminium centre-lock ring.
Moving on to the interior, highlights include the black leather Pilota seats with Iconica Blu Alcantara inserts, Iconica Blu stitching with a unique red and white cross stitch, red headrest logo, white seatbelts, red brushed aluminium detailing and plenty more neat touches.
“The Pininfarina name has a storied heritage of individual cars, and the Battista continues this legacy as every vehicle will be truly bespoke by design. Our clients have the unique opportunity to join the Automobili Pininfarina family, immersing themselves in the design process with our talented craftspeople to ensure their vehicle authentically reflects their personality and tastes,” said the company’s head of colour and materials design, Sara Campagnolo.
Future Battista owners will be able to choose from a total of 56 exterior paint finishes, as well as exposed carbon fibre bodywork, bespoke paint finishes for the roof and even a contrasting front end painted in a separate colour. They can also personalize the engravings on the Battista chassis plate (located between the seats), along with having a custom passenger-door plate engraving.
Powering the Pininfarina Battista is a 120-kWh battery pack working alongside four electric motors for a combined 1,874 hp and 1,696 lb-ft (2,300 nm) of torque.
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