"Automobili Pininfarina has made a series of power-packed announcements from its new Munich headquarters that will see it strengthen its management team, secure cutting-edge, world-beating electric powertrain technology, and put Formula 1 and Formula E experience in the PF0 hypercar driving seat.

Building on the successful debut of the PF0 luxury electric hypercar concept to supercar owners, luxury car retailers and automotive connoisseurs in Monterey and Pebble Beach last month, the Automobili Pininfarina team has returned to Europe to set in place the business foundations and partnerships that will lead to the delivery of the first PF0 in late 2020.

Munich has been confirmed as the company’s corporate and operational headquarters, providing access to expertise and engineering networks in arguably the world’s most successful and technologically advanced car market. Munich’s reputation as one of the world’s most exciting cities and its proximity to northern Italy, the home of Pininfarina SpA – who will design and build the PF0 under contract – was key to CEO Michael Perschke’s selection of it for the global headquarters.

At a press conference in Bavaria’s capital city today, Perschke and special guest Dr. Pawan Goenka, Mahindra & Mahindra Managing Director and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Automobili Pininfarina, also introduced a stellar cast of partners and collaborators in this exciting new dawn for sustainable, luxury, high-performance cars."

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    • Yashwanth Krishna Gs
      Yashwanth Krishna Gs

      I wish he could be our prime minister (anand mahindra)

      about 23 days ago
    • Xigza D
      Xigza D

      The beauty of Italia & the emotions of India... Best feeling ever

      about 3 months ago
    • Automobile Plus
      Automobile Plus

      It is owned by an Indian car brand 'MAHINDRA'

      about 3 months ago
    • John Smith
      John Smith In reply to Automobile Plus

      Hopefully the curries will sell it back... sad state of affairs.

      about 1 month ago