Experience Pininfarina Battista Reach Record 222 MPH

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358.03kph in a Pininfarina Battista - How we set multiple speed records | Feature| Autocar India

The novel temple of velocity in India has acted as the situation for the Pininfarina Battista to be acknowledged as the speediest law-abiding creation vehicle on earth’s 2nd greatest nation. The Autocar India subsidiary established a new best speed when they dethroned an Audi R8 V10 Plus, achieving 206.4 mph (332.2 km/h) during 2016 on a private division of the fresh byway. This opportunity, it was simpler as the top velocity trial occurred at the Natrax area on a fast experiment course.

Measuring 7 miles (11.3 km) long with four lanes, this remarkable test course is one of the largest high-speed track around the planet. The Battista was presented an ideal environment to adapt to full speed and culminate at a sensational rate of 222.4 mph (358.03 km/h). Keep in mind, the all-electric hypercar attained its top velocity boundary due to the electric limiter, so it should have been capable of accelerating beyond this without its Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires hindering it.

The diabolically-engineered Rimac Nevera still holds the crown for topmost speed on electric vehicles, clocking an incredible 258 mph (412 km/h). Even so, the Battista takes precedence when it comes to the world’s fastest production car over one quarter mile and can make it to 8.55 seconds precisely. For certain, it is also the first to reach half-mile in a mere 13.38 seconds. Concerning its other accomplishments, this automobile stands unrivaled as the swiftest to achieve 186 mph (300 km/h) from a dead stop, needing only 10.49 seconds for that purpose.

By 2022, the Battista had set a jaw-dropping standard in performance as it raced around the Nardo track in Italy, going from zero to sixty miles per hour (96 km/h) in 1.79 seconds and zero to sixty-two miles per hour (100 km/h) at a speed of 1.86 seconds. Astonishingly, the all-electric vehicle took only 4.49 seconds to reach 120 mph (193 km/h) from a stop and 4.75 seconds for 0 to 124 mph (200 km/h). Even more impressive is its brake efficiency, bringing it to a full stop from 62 mph (100 km/h) in a mere 31 meters (101.7 feet).

Source: Autocar India

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