Pininfarina Battista offers exclusive chargingOctober 21, 2020
Beyond the overtly obvious factors such as attractive design and extremely powerful engines, the hallmarks of a true exotic or high-end luxury vehicle are often found in smaller details. For Pininfarina Battista, this is the wall charger designed specifically for the model.
Rolls-Royce can charge hundreds of thousands of dollars for its vehicles because it has spent 10,000 hours perfecting the stunning backlit dashboard for the new Ghost alone. Likewise, Lamborghini offers dedicated parking at a dedicated facility for Essenza SCV12 customers, as well as invites to special trek day events on some of the world’s most famous circuits. And now the all-electric hypercar Pininfarina Battista has received a charge that makes it truly unique.
The Battista electric hypercar from Automobili Pininfarina is a beast with 1,877 horsepower, four electric motors and the ability to accelerate to 100 km / h in just 2.0 seconds with a top speed of over 350 km / h.
The company has now announced an exclusive, customizable wall box designed by Pininfarina SpA and five years of free charging to offer Battista customers the best possible charging experience at home or on the go. The wall box is painted the same color as the vehicle body and is made from recycled and organic materials. It was developed in conjunction with infrastructure pioneer Green Motion. The wall-mounted box with a power of up to 7.2 kW, called Residenza, can be activated via a special application that allows remote charging planning.
When charging on the go, customers will be able to take advantage of the brand’s new partnership with ChargePoint, which provides five years of unlimited public charging at no additional cost. ChargePoint has 115,000 locations across Europe and North America, and when connected to a 180 kW DC charging system, a 120 kWh battery can be charged from 20% to 80% in just 25 minutes. When fully charged, the WLTP has a range of over 500 km.
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