Automobili Pininfarina, owned by Mahindra Automotive, has unveiled its latest creation, the B95 EV hypercar, at a price tag of €4.4 million. Limited to just 10 units, this all-electric hypercar features a 1900 bhp powertrain. The B95 hypercar was launched at the Monterey Car Week in California to celebrate Pininfarina’s upcoming 95th anniversary in 2025.
The B95 hypercar is a unique open-top roadster design, with no traditional roof or windshield at the front. Inspired by the PURA Vision concept, it displays an aggressive front bumper, sleek LED headlights, and electronically adjustable aero screens inspired by vintage fighter planes. The side profile showcases a sculpted body with air channels and massive multi-spoke alloy wheels. At the rear, two large air domes aid in aerodynamics and cooling, with sleek LED taillights and a prominent rear diffuser with sharp fins.
Inside, the B95 features a dual-tone interior with tan-colored, sustainably sourced leather, black-anodized buttons and parts, carbon fiber accents, and iconic Houndstooth fabric. The interior also highlights laser-engraved aluminum details.
Powered by the same drivetrain as the Pininfarina Battista, the B95 is equipped with four electric motors, providing all-wheel-drive capability. It boasts 1900 PS of power, accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2 seconds. The 120 kWh battery pack can be charged with up to 270 kW, allowing for a 20% to 80% charge in 25 minutes.
Automobili Pininfarina is renowned for its automotive designs and was acquired by Mahindra Automotive in 2015. As a tribute to the B95, Anand Mahindra, the leader of Mahindra Automotive, shared a video of the hypercar on social media.