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$2.5million all-electric supercar unveiled

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A £2million ($2.5million) all-electric hypercar with a staggering 1,900 horsepower has hit the streets of New York.

The Pininfarina Battista reaches 60mph (100km/h) quicker an F1 car, passes 180mph (290km/h) before an F-16 fighter jet does and will keep going all the way to a top speed of 217mph (350kmh/hr) courtesy of its electric motors being fed by a 120 kWh battery.

A prototype was unveiled last month and now it has been showcased again this week at an off-site event at the Javits Center for the New York International Auto Show

Its creators say the Battista will be 'the world's first luxury electric hyper GT' and 'the most powerful road-legal car ever designed and built in Italy' when it goes into production next year, with a claimed range of 280 miles.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6939239/The-2MILLION-electric-Pininfarina-Battista-hypercar-unveiled-New-York.html

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Jon the frog

'' zero emissions package'' That make mi laugh... don't know about the ecological footprint of this thing but it's far from green !

It's still a marvelous beast tho...

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XenoFish

Hey Doc? How much power does this thing take to run?

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South Alabam

They lost me at the 6 and 7th digits of the price

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freetoroam
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Yeah i can see myseif pulling up at Morrisons to get a loaf of bread in that.

May have to park across 2 spots so no one touches it. 

 

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