Back in March, Pininfarina teased its electric hypercar, codenamed PFO. However, the company didn’t reveal much that time except a 2020 launch with a massive amount of power. Now, the company has provided both the teaser images and performance numbers in two separate interviews with The Verge and Wired. And it looks like what the PFO delivers will cost you a good amount of fortune.
Instead of being sleek, the PFO can reach 60MPH in 2 seconds, reach 250MPH top speed, and provides about 310 miles of driving between stops to recharge the batteries. Moreover, as the company promises, the hypercar will take only 10 to 15 minutes to charge for 80 percent capacity. Unlike Tesla, Pininfarina’s battery will be housed in a central tunnel, so that it can keep PFO low to the ground.
This eco-friendly vehicle promises to use chemical-free paints, natural woods, as well as other ethically sourced materials. As hinted before, PFO isn’t going to be any cheaper. Pininfarina estimated that this luxurious hypercar will cost you between $2 million and $2.5 million. This isn’t the price you think when it comes to an EV. We may have to wait till the launch to see if it’s worth the premium.