PININFARINA has revealed its upcoming supercar’s interior for the first time, ahead of the vehicle’s behind-closed-doors preview during the upcoming Monterey Car Week.
As shown in the new teaser images, the two-seater, all-electric Pininfarina (known only by its codename “PF0”) has a minimalist interior with all of the main controls and displays in the cabin angled towards the driver.
The goal was “timeless beauty”, according to designer Luca Borgogno, who took ‘stripped back’ to the extreme by ditching a centre console interface in favour of three screens in front of the driver.
Based on the renderings, the left and right displays will allow the driver to toggle car menus and navigation options respectively, with the slender central screen functioning as a speedometer.
A pair of buttons that are roughly in line with the driver’s knees will allow the person behind the wheel to select their desired driving mode.
As well as showcasing the car’s cabin for the first time, Pininfarina released additional details on the PF0, such as that, alhough customers will get an exclusive behind-closed-doors preview of the PF0 ahead of next week’s Pebble Beach Concous d’Elegance, the electric supercar will go on public display at the Geneva Motor Show in March next year.
The company also revealed the Pininfarina PF0 production run will be limited to just 150 units. The first customer cars will be completed in 2020, with all PF0 examples being hand-crafted at Pininfarina’s atelier in Turin.
Prior announcements from Pininfarina revealed some serious performance targets were part of the PF0 project. As well as having a range of over 300 miles on a single charge, the electric supercar is also tipped to be capable of a sub-two seconds 0-62mph time and a top speed of 250mph.