At the Geneva Motor Show, powerful engines are roaring; moreover, one can enjoy unique car designs, modern electromobiles as well as the finest cars suitable even for the most ordinary of people.
Known for their collaboration with the Ferrari team, Pininfarina brought their own model to Geneva, the Pininfarina Battista. And let it be told it really is a respectable luxury stinger. This Hypersports car will be placed on the market in 2020. It is assumed that the production will include only 150 pieces: 50 will be waiting to be ordered in America, another 50 will find their owners in Europe and the last 50 will be available in Asia/Middle East.
The high performance of this vehicle is achieved thanks to optimized aerodynamics, breakthrough technical solutions and extreme energy efficiency, courtesy of electrification. Battista is truly a car of the future.
The electromobile boasts with 1,900 horsepower and acceleration from zero to 100 km/h in under 2 seconds. The highest possible speed the car will be able to achieve is 350 km/h, while promising the range of an optimal 450 km per charge.
The first exhibition in Geneva was held in 1905. A more than a hundred-year-old tradition of the Geneva Motor Show makes this exhibition one of the most significant ones both in Europe and in the world. Switzerland is remarkable for not having its own major automobile brand, which conveniently ensures it remains unbiased. The Geneva Motor Show is held at the Palexpo Exhibition Center. The seven massive halls offer a display of the hottest news from the automotive industry, interesting accessories as well as design car models.