Moving from concept to reality is the hardest part of any new car. With nearly 1,700 lb-ft of torque, the Pininfarina Battista prototypes tested at Nardò show us the electric future of the hypercar. In a press release last night, the famous Italian automaker announced a strenuous series of evaluations for the torque vectoring software and vehicle dynamics for each driving mode.
Chief Product and Engineering Officer, Paolo Dellachà says: “This test is an exciting moment for our clients and the team at Automobili Pininfarina as we complete another phase In the development of the most powerful Italian sports car ever made. We have undertaken extensive development using advanced simulation technology, and we can now fine-tune the calibration of Battista’s bespoke chassis and pioneering four-motor torque vectoring system on road and track.”
Details like tire wear, brake performance, and high-speed stability are all being finalized in order to have a flawless debut. Because the Battista will be a reference point for all competitors to follow, stay with us for all your Pininfarina news.