The Pininfarina B95, bearing the letter “B” symbolizing barchetta—an Italian term denoting a roofless, duo-seater sports car—shares its core framework with the Battista, thanks to the Rimac-sourced architecture. Nestled within a sturdy carbon-fiber casing lies a T-shaped 120.0-kWh lithium-ion battery pack.
This energy reservoir channels power to a quartet of electric motors located at each wheel, collectively churning out an impressive 1877 horsepower. Pininfarina touts that this automotive marvel can dart to 60 mph in less than 2.0 seconds, and can reach velocities exceeding 186 mph.
These figures hint at exhilarating speed, especially for a car devoid of a windshield, not to mention a roof. Further, the B95 is not just about raw speed; it’s also about refueling efficiency.
Pininfarina asserts that with a robust DC fast charger, the B95 can rejuvenate its battery from 20 to 80 percent within a mere 25 minutes, at a charging rate peaking at 270 kW. This trait underscores not just the car’s prowess on the road, but also its practicality when it comes to rejuvenating its energy reserves for continued adventures on the tarmac.