Most Expensive Pininfarina Cars

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1. Pininfarina Battista

  • Price: $2,500,000
  • Brand: Pininfarina
  • Category: Cars
Pininfarina Battista

The Pininfarina Battista is an electric sports car manufactured by Automobili Pininfarina GmbH, a company headquartered in Munich, Germany, with deep roots in the Italian car design firm and coachbuilder Pininfarina. Named in honor of Pininfarina's founder, Battista Pininfarina, this groundbreaking vehicle holds the title of the world's fastest accelerating car in terms of 0-60 mph, 1/4 mile, and 1/2 mile times. The Battista was unveiled to the public at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show and is the first-ever car to bear the Pininfarina name.

Specifications and Features

Powered by a 120 kWh battery pack supplied by Rimac Automobili, the Battista is equipped with four individual motors—one at each wheel. These motors produce a combined power output of 1,400 kW and 2,300 Nm of torque. The car's carbon-fiber monocoque chassis is paired with aluminum crash structures at the front and rear. Additionally, most body panels are built from the same lightweight material, resulting in a low overall mass.

The Battista rides on 533.4 mm rims clad in Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires. Its adjustable suspension system is designed for maximum comfort on the road, and the vehicle offers five driving modes that alter the power generated by the powertrain. Carbon ceramic brake discs measuring 390 mm at the front and rear are equipped with six-piston calipers. The active rear wing serves as an airbrake to enhance stopping power.

Customizable to each customer's preferences, the interior features a carbon fiber steering wheel flanked by two large screens that display critical data to the driver. The cabin is upholstered in leather and uses acoustics to generate driving sound.

The T-shaped battery pack is situated in the central tunnel and behind the seats, providing a range of 450 km when fully charged.


The Battista achieves 0–60 mph acceleration in 1.79 seconds, 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) in 1.89 seconds, 0–300 km/h (0–186 mph) in 10.49 seconds, and boasts a top speed of 358.03 km/h (222.47 mph).


Limited to 150 units, production of the Battista began in 2022. Units are equally allocated among prospective buyers from North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Each car is hand-built at the dedicated Pininfarina facility in Cambiano, Italy. Before its introduction, 40% of the car's production was already reserved.

In June 2019, Automobili Pininfarina unveiled a revised version of the Battista sports car in Turin, Italy. Changes included a more aggressive front end and revised wing mirrors with stalks reminiscent of the LaFerrari.

Battista Anniversario

On 22 May 2020, Automobili Pininfarina unveiled a special edition of the Battista called the Anniversario. Hand-painted in Cambiano, each Anniversario model requires disassembly and reassembly three times before achieving its final livery. The color scheme pays homage to the Piedmont environment where Battista "Pinin" Farina lived and worked: Bianco Sestriere, Grigio Antonelliano, and the signature Pininfarina color, Iconica Blu.

The Anniversario features a new wheel design called the Impulso, which reduces weight by 10 kg compared to standard Battista wheels. The rear wheels have been enlarged from 20-inch to