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India’s most expensive car, Pininfarina Battista showcased in Hyderabad

The country’s most expensive supercar, Pininfarina Barista by Mahindra has been displayed at the Hyderabad E-Motor Show. The expensive car can give you 1900hp of power and the speed which can go up to 350kmph.

For the individuals who are not aware of the Pininfarina Battista has been showcased in our nation for the very first time. The total price of Rs 20 crore makes it the most expensive car to be displayed in India. 

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The Pininfarina Battista was displayed at the time of the E-Motor show which is a segment of the E-Mobility Week arranged by the government of Hyderabad.

The event was started on the 5th and concluded on 11th of February 2023 in Hyderabad. The show was hosted by the Hitex Exhibition Centre in Hyderabad. 

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The most expensive car was revealed by the Director of Electronics, Semiconductors and Advanced Chemical cell, Government of Telangana, Sujai Karampuri.

The director of the matter of revelation stated that “I have deep faith that electric vehicles are the future of sustainable mobility, and we are actively branding the adoption of electric vehicles for a better future.”

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The Pininfarina Battisa electric vehicle is energized by four motors that are located on every wheel of the car. The power generated by the most expensive car is 1900hp and at the same time, peak torque is 2300 Nm. However,  the car can have a maximum speed of 350kmph.

If we talk about the acceleration of the expensive car, then it can accelerate from 0-100 in only 2 seconds. At the same time, it doesn’t take more than 12 seconds to go from 0 to 300kmph.

The motor of the hyper car contains a 120kWh battery pack and the total range provided is about 500km. The battery is chargeable having a charging speed of about 180kW. It can go from 20 to 80% in not more than 25 minutes. 

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The Pininfarina Battista electric vehicle will be restricted to just 150 units and the firm has noted about it at the time of its introduction. 

Sachin Tendulkar on Pininfarina Battista

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An ex-International Cricketer ‘Sachin Tendulkar’ drove the car and was really satisfied by it.

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