Automobili Pininfarina has scheduled the public debut for Geneva next year
Pininfarina has confirmed that it will unveil its highly anticipated upcoming hypercar at the Geneva Motor Show next March. But before it does, it'll reveal the design to select customers at Pebble Beach next week. The rest of us won't be privy to that event, of course, but the newly spun-off Automobili Pininfarina has released a few more teaser renderings – this time showing the interior design – to give us a further idea of what to expect. And in the process, it's revealed a few salient details, too. And boy, do they sound enticing.
The PF0 is earmarked to be able to accelerate to 62 in under two seconds and top over 250 miles per hour. It'll also be able to run on electric power alone for over 300 miles. And given Pininfarina's expertise, we don't doubt that its carbon-fiber bodywork will be stunning to match its performance.
"Our objective with the exterior of PF0 is to design timeless beauty in every aspect, and the interior is equally important," said design chief Luca Borgogno. "Pininfarina's design values of elegance and simplicity present us with a fantastic opportunity to stand out from the styling of most current sports and hypercars."
No word yet on pricing, but you can expect it'll easily cost upwards of a million bucks. No more than 150 examples will be made starting in 2020.
"Our presence in Monterey is an inspiring chapter in the story of realising Battista Farina's long-held dream: one day there will be beautiful cars solely branded Pininfarina," said Automobili Pininfarina chief Michael Perschke. "These special VIP previews mean that future PF0 owners, most of whom will undoubtedly own numerous modern and historic classics, have an opportunity right now to be part of the birth of the company and their hypercar."