Pininfarina unveils new Teorema conceptJuly 14, 2021
Italian company Pininfarina has unveiled the new Teorema concept car, which is an unusual looking car with a unique seating arrangement. The novelty was completely developed using virtual reality tools.
The Italian design house Pininfarina is known for perhaps some of the most stylish classic cars, in particular the SWB Ferrari 250 G, as well as its own hypercar model, the Battista. Equipped with the latest technologies, the talented team of the company presented an unusual concept car that was created using virtual and augmented reality.
Teorema is an extraordinary looking electric concept with a length of 5,400 mm.
Its height is 1,400 mm and it was created using a Pininfarina wind tunnel to maximize aerodynamic efficiency. Large air ducts on the sides channel air from front to back to improve airflow and therefore increase the range of the electric vehicle.
The interior has an unusual seating arrangement with 1 + 2 + 2 seating arrangements. Approximately the same as that of the McLaren F1 / Speedtail (and Gordon Murray T.50), but with the third row and without a steering wheel. Yes, the Teorema was conceived as a fully self-contained electric concept, allowing engineers to push the front seat forward. Pininfarina says there is a movement mode as well as a relaxation mode that turns the interior into a “social space in which people can move.”
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Pininfarina Battista electric hypercar showed amazing results. Pininfarina has completed a series of high-speed tests of the Battista all-electric hypercar. Judging by the video, the car was really able to show impressive results.
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