The first official pic of Automobili Pininfarina's new hypercar, labelled PF0 was released after a private viewing at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance show in California last weekend.
With words like, hypercar and no emissions becoming all too familiar these days, it's no wonder that Pininfarina is approaching the new PF0 project with such attention to detail.
"You ask me what Italian style means. It means an agreement of lines, a sense of proportion, simplicity and harmony, so that, when a considerable time has passed, one can still notice something that is more vivid than the memory of beauty."
Battista “Pinin” Farina
And with bold phrases like these, its no wonder old fiery whispers of true art and passion from the godfathers of Italian car design like Enzo Anselmo Ferrari and Ferruccio Lamborghini resonate in ones mind. I can't help but feel hope that hyper cars like the Automobili Pininfarina PF0 will become icons of a new era of rock stars, rappers and porn stars... that people will share, comment on and aspire to own in years to come.
Automobili Pininfarina states that the PF0 will be an all-electric drive-train hyper car which would launch the luxury coupe from 0-62mph in less than 2 seconds and to 186mph in less than 12. Not forgetting the top speed being somewhere over 250mph.
With it’s range aimed at over 300 miles the PF0 seems like absolute perfection and, with a price tag of the PF0 expected to cost around 2.2m dollars each, it should be perfect. There will only be 150 of these cars built, at AP’s Cambiano facility, expected to begin in early 2020. Not much is known about the Automobili Pininfarina PF0, but with the hype building, the PF0 seems more and more promising.
The image was described by Automobili Pininfarina’s design director Luca Borgogno: “You can see that impact in the PF0 rear view treatment where the car’s performance potential is functionally defined by dramatic wings.”
I for one am super excited to see this beautiful creation which will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show next year.